When you buy a property from West Dunbartonshire Council within a tenement, a four-in-a-block, maisonette or high flat you also buy a share of the maintenance, repair and upkeep towards the common areas of the building. These common areas can include the roof, outside walls, common entrances, lifts, stairs and any common paths and/or drying areas.
Your title deed will set out the common areas of the building, paths and drying areas for which you have a shared responsibility, what share of the maintenance you pay, how decisions should be reached with regard to maintenance and repair and the appointment of a factor.
You can contact the Sold Property Sections with any questions.
0800 073 8708
In relation to our Written Statement of Services provided under the Property Factors (Scotland) Act 2011 please note the following change effective from1st December 2016. The duties of the Home Owner Housing Panel have now transferred into the First-tier Tribunal for Scotland Housing and Property Chamber (FTT).
The new address where applications previously sent to the Home Owner Housing Panel should now be directed to after 1 December 2016 is as follows:
First-tier Tribunal for Scotland Housing and Property Chamber
Scottish Courts and Tribunals Service
1 Atlantic Quay
45 Robertson Street