If you want to make your own improvements or alterations to your home, you’ll need to put your proposal in writing and wait until you receive permission in writing from The Iveagh Trust.
Certain conditions, which you will need to agree to, are as follows:
- Any works should be carried out by a qualified and competent contractor.
- Pre on-site meeting is required with the Iveagh Trust and your proposed contractor prior to any works commencing.
- Your proposed Contractor has to provide evidence of Insurance and an up to date C2 ( tax clearance certificate).
- The improvements will not be at any cost to The Iveagh Trust.
- You should not disturb your neighbours during the work.
- A registered RGI gas fitter must carry out any gas installation and electrical work must be carried out by an approved RECCI Contractor. Works must be certified on completion and a copy of the certification MUST be passed to The Iveagh Trust.
- All adaptions / improvements must comply with all current regulations.
- Post work inspection will be carried out by The Iveagh Trust.
Looking after your improvements
When the work is completed you will be responsible for maintaining the improvements you have carried out.
What happens if I move?
Should you leave your flat in the future, you cannot take the installation or improvement with you, this becomes a fixture and fitting of the flat.
If your improvement works means the Iveagh Trust has to pay to have remedial works carried out due to works being sub-standard, these charges will be passed on to you.