Unit costs and Schedule of Rates

In some circumstances as part of the consultation process, the council is required by law to give leaseholders information about estimated financial contributions that they may need to make towards building works, services or both. 

This is not always possible due to the type of contract, so daily or hourly rates, known as unit costs, can be given. If the contract is a large document it will be available for inspection on this page.

The unit costs and schedule of rates are subject to annual increases to allow for inflation.

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The name and reference number of the contract you wish to view will be the same as the name and number given on the notice of proposals or notice of estimates that you received. 

Qualifying Long Term Door Entry Contract (Ref: NOP.S2.FR779) 

Repair, servicing and maintenance of communal door entry systems, access control, CCTV, concierge and all associated systems to housing stock boroughwide.

Schedule of rates: Qualifying Long Term Door Entry Contract (Ref: NOP.S2.FR779)