QMR Weekly Update (5 October)
Room inspections have now begun and will continue through most of October. Access will be required to all areas of your flat. You don’t have to be present for them to take place. Please email us if you have any issues re this.
Leaving Windows Open in Lower Ground Flats
Please make sure all windows are closed when you are not in a room, especially if you live on the ground floor. It is for the safety of your belongings.
We don’t want to give thieves any opportunities.
Bikes Outwith Bikesheds
Can we please ask again that any bikes that are not currently secured in a bike shed, are put in one of the sheds asap. We don’t want any bikes attached to fences or poles.
Mail for Previous Residents
If any mail is delivered to your flat for someone who no longer lives there, can you please pass it to reception asap and we will deal with it accordingly.
Move In Surveys
Can I ask everyone to please fill out the ‘Move in Feedback’ survey cards that were left in your welcome envelope. If you no longer have it you can collect a survey card from reception. Thank you in advance.
Accommodation Payment or Contract Enquiries
For any payment/direct debit or contract enquiries with regards to your accommodation – please contact The Accommodation Office direct on 0141 330 4743 or email them on email@example.com .
If you have any issues with your room or flat please fill out a Repair Request form at reception or email firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have any issues over a weekend please report by calling extn 8000 from your bedroom phone.
World Mental Health Day
In recognition of World Mental Health Day on 20th October – Please come to reception between 8am and 12 noon and help yourself to some tea and toast topped with butter, jam or nutella.
This Weeks Green Tip
Please look in your drawers and cupboards and gather your collections of plastic bags – and if you bring them to reception we can take them from you and replace them with a canvas alternative – every bit helps towards helping the environment because 10% of the plastic manufactured worldwide ends up in the ocean, the majority of that settling on the ocean floor where it will never degrade.