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Replacement of heating systems in Ballysally estate would be due to be planned around 2018/19

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Maurice Bradley MLA
Maurice Bradley MLA
BT Coleraine

Following a question tabled by MLA Maurice Bradley asking the Minister for Communities whether there are plans for replacement heating systems and uPVC windows in flats in the Ballysally area of Coleraine, to bring them in line with the living standards in the rest of the houses in the area.

He responded “The Housing Executive has advised that replacement schemes for these elements will be programmed as part of the development of the Housing Executive’s new 10 Year Investment Plan.
The replacement of the heating systems in Ballysally estate would be due to be planned around 2018/19. The timber-framed double glazing in the flats in the estate was installed in 2003 and 2004, and would not be due to be replaced until the mid-2020s.”

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