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What are considered the common areas of a development?

What are considered the common areas of a development?

The Multi-Unit Development Act 2011 states that the common areas of a block are:

– Halls, landings, stairs, lifts,
– External access routes, footpaths, kerbs, boundary walls, landscaped areas
– External structure of the building including walls, roofs, building’s foundations,
– Any tanks, pipes, drains, central heating boilers and wires serving the entire building.

OMC Common Areas

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