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kenny b


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To all committee members.

It would appear that we have an ongoing issue with regards to buildings insurance yet the only people receiving information are those that post on the TBV forum, committee members need to be aware that a number of owners have been having great difficulty for approx 2 weeks now in trying to gain forum membership this means that we are being denied access to information that could potentially have an impact on our investments.

Can I ask if any committee members read this posting can they please try to make contact with Bev and ask why we are not yet members or can they ensure that they gain access to all owners contact details so that we are all made aware of the current situation.

Thank you

Kenny B



Gin&Tonic


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Hi Kenny,

I'm feeling out of the loop also..



Stuart



Notsoboredhw


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Still no response from Beverley? I will email her for you both if you want?



Mick868


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Kenny, Stuart,

Please contact me on my home email address:

mickandjules@btinternet.com and I'll update you on the committee's position regarding the insurance issue.

I will then pass this on to Bev who will give you access to the TBV forum so you can then receive the information as it is released..

This goes for any other TBV owners who would like access to the TBV owners forum who have not managed to gain access yet. Please give me your Block/Apartment number too so we can verify you as an owner.

Many Thanks,

Mick

TBV Owners Committee



Notsoboredhw


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Kenny/Stuart I emailed Bev for you so she will probably get a couple of emails now! Hopefully you wont have to wait any longer.



kenny b


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Thanks Mick and boredhousewife.

Your help and support is always appreciated.

Kenny b



Gin&Tonic


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26/10/2008 21:16

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Thank you for your help neighbours..



Stuart



Mick868


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Stuart,

Please could you let me have your email and block/apartment no.

Cheers,

Mick



Notsoboredhw


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26/10/2008 23:41

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Kenny/Stuart - we are thinking of getting our apartment insured separately if it's possible. I do not feel happy waiting and not knowing where we stand. One minute we feel happy about everything and then doubt is cast - it leaves one feeling very insecure and very confused. I would prefer to feel secure in the knowledge that our apartment is covered against all risks. I'm sure I read something on here a week or so ago about an earthquake in the south - what happens if we have an earthquake and our apartments are affected and we have no insurance - we will end up with nothing - it's very worrying. We are not the only ones who are considering this either. I think someone else has already got their buildings insurance lined up. I'm sure we arent the only ones thinking about this either. I've heard that although there is a cover note in place the insurance company wont hold out for too much longer if this is not paid in full. It should have been renewed in June(?).



Gin&Tonic


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One of the things that have annoyed me from the start is that nobody forwarns you about anything.

It seems to be PAY NOW !!.. then PAY NOW OR ELSE,

I do think things would run a lot smoother If we were given more information when we signed up, dates to pay insurance, maintainace, etc..

At the beginning of every year this should be sent to us individually.



Gin&Tonic


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Hi Mick,



e-mail zoooming to you !!..



Stuart



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Stuart,

I feel the only logical way for a site such as ours to pay building/site insurance is via the Maintenance Fee. There shouldn't be a separate request and collection. Trouble is the contracts are a bit vague over this.

Can anyone tell us what happens at other sites ? Is building/site insurance collected as part of the Maintenance Fee ?



Gin&Tonic


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I'm happy for this to be paid with my mainteinance..



Notsoboredhw


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Problem with this Stuart is that there is still approx 30,000-40,000 owing in maintenance charges through people not paying so if these people arent paying their maintenance charges how can the buildings insurance be collected? I think to be safe it should be paid in one lump sum to guarantee your apartment is covered. From some of the information I have been asking I think (from what I know) that if you pay your insurance but your neighbour doesnt it puts your whole block at risk.



Gin&Tonic


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Hi BH,



I didn't know about that !!!.. I'm so out of the loop !..



I'm returning in mid November & I will be paying mine if it isn't resolved by then..



Notsoboredhw


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Yes its quite serious and the ones that are paying are subsidising those that arent! KD owed some money because of the unsold apartments and I think(?) they have paid up and its just the 30,000-40,000 that is outstanding from owners. So I cant see by adding it the maintenance (at this stage when all the money is owed) that it will be viable because those that owe this money arent suddenly going to pay up just because their buildings insurance is owed. Maybe once all the maintenance charge is up to date it would be a good idea to tag it onto the monthly payment. We are still very confused by it and dont know who to trust anymore.



Pipie


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This has always concerned me say you have a block of 6 and 2 are insured there is a major occurance and it needs a rebuild the two that are insured could not cover the whole cost of rebuild , hence what would happen .



JimmyG


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Pipie, in that event your insurance settlement would allow you to rebuild/purchase elsewhere.



Pipie


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Jimmy G that is good to know thank you , but in the event of it happening , it would not allow me to build exactly where the original building was , so one could lose out in that respect . As an example where we are we have a full sea view , no one is able to build in front of us , and the position is overlooking a fishing Marina , now the rebuild would not near way pay for that would it , and that could be because the other apartments were not insured , does this malke sense ?



JimmyG


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Of course it does PIPIE and you're right you would lose out that way but that's the reality of living in an apartment block and even if everyone was insured not everyone might want to rebuild on the same site in the event of an 'event'



Pipie


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Thanks for info JimmyG



Notsoboredhw


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Anita does your maintenance fee include your buildings insurance as well? I think for us as long as we got our money back that is all that matters to us and in this economic climate I am sure others might say the same too?? (maybe?)



Gin&Tonic


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Well here I am again still waiting to added to the forum..



Three people have contacted Bev for me, and Still nothing !!..



:(



Pipie


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Boredhousewife did you read the info on the other thread i left you regarding insurance ?



Notsoboredhw


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Yes I did thank you Pipie - will have to go back and have another look. My mind is a rush with information on Buildings Insurance at the mo!!! LOL!



Gin&Tonic


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oooOhh!!.. BH you have reached 1000 post you have been a busy girl..



Notsoboredhw


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Oh Wow!!!! I know have 5 stars....or did I have that before??!!! Sorry dont take much notice of that. God I can talk a lot can't I!!!!



bradus


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Hi Boredhousewife,



In our apartment complex we decided to take out the insurance policy, separate to the maintenance charges. We all insured individually but used the same insurers. We thought it wise to do this because if someone in the upper flat had a leak but it effected the ground floor flat, it would be much simpler to deal with the same company rather than 2 different insurance companies communicating thus delaying work.



You are also more in control if you separate it from the maintenance charges. The people who live permanently may well have more valuables to insure than those that use their apartments for holidays only. This can affect the cost.

Make sure everyone states that it is being used as a holiday home as this does have a bearing on claims if you have failed to declare this.



As you say it is also a nightmare if people fail to pay their fees and this can effect future claims.

kind regards

Bradus



kenny b


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29/10/2008 22:02

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Hi Gin and Tonic

It would appear that me you and Diana Ross are still waiting.

Cant believe it even a member of our committee as email Bev on our behalf and still nothing.

On another note I have paid my insurance today ask Sharon Man to take it out of my float.

Finally congrats to Boredhousewife on your 5 star rating always helpful and supportive keep up the good work.

Kenny



Notsoboredhw


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Hi Kenny

When you paid your insurance did you ask whether you would be covered if no-one else in your block paid? Did you get a receipt? Did you ask what would happen if the other owners didnt pay? Would this mean the policy is void? Questions questions!!! (sorry! :() My mind is buzzing!!!!!! Kenny did you get my email with Bev's details in? I sent it to you this morning? Thanks Bradus for your advice too. I guess at least if you keep the payments separate then you can deal with the insurance company yourself rather than go through the management company which could slow the process down. Going direct is always better.

Nicky



truffles808


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Do you think the owners who are not paying the maintenance fee will make any effort to pay their building insurance? I could only surmise not.

It is a very worrying thing and does need to be sorted. Someone mentioned the policy would differ if you live there or not - more possessions, but surely this is covered by your personal contents insurance which is taken separably?



kenny b


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Hi Nicky

I rang Sharon management this morning and asked them to take it out of my float.

I didnt ask any further questions I emailed them to confirm my conversation and asked them to confirm by email my receipt.

Thanks for Bevs contact details not been on hotmail yet will pick up later.

I will email SM later to ask the questions with regards to percentage of payers and holiday/permanent living clarification.

Kenny b



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If I know our apartment will be covered if we pay this weekend then we will pay it - but my concern is that it wont be covered if our neighbours dont pay. I wish someone would clarify this because all I have been told by SM is that it puts us in a difficult situation! I do not know what this "difficult situation" is. I keep asking and get the same answer. Contents insurance would cover damage inside. Buildings insurance is the same as the uk - fire, explosion, earthquake, flood that sort of thing. Having said that I have been told no contents insurance in TRNC covers you for accidental damage (this is only what I have been told so if I have that wrong please someone let me know, thanks).



Notsoboredhw


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P.S. It goes without saying those people who owe money for outstanding maintenance payments will not pay up just because their buildings insurance is due. What they will do is get their own cover instead thus avoiding the maintenance issue.



Pipie


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boredhousewife , we have our insurance policy in English make sure you request this in and recieve a copy for you to keep . Hope this helps



Notsoboredhw


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Thanks Pipie. I will make sure whatever we get is in English.



Gin&Tonic


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I will be paying my Insurance in two weeks when i go back, i have contacted the owner in the apartment below me she has asked if I would pay hers also..then she will pay me back, this way she gets her reciept of payment & so do I..

Is it not possible to contact the Insurance company direct to clarify these queries, or is this what the committee is doing on our behalf ?.. I wouldn't know !!..

With regards to the Forum, Is it only Bev that has the power to allow us on ?..



Stuart



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Hi Bored Housewife,



You said in an earlier post, that there is 30.000 - 40.000 owing in maintenence charges at Turtle Bay. Who is subsidising the site for this amount of money? Will it eventually fall on the owners who are paying. On our site if we don't pay, we are not allowed water, or the use of the swimming pools.

As you have a gated community surely the non payers could be refused entry unless they paid up. I am only thinking how unfair this is on the owners who do pay their dues.



The Butlers wife



truffles808


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BHW - this is where the problems starts. Different insurance companies, different insurance policies. We might insure our apartments and make sure the cover is more than ample, then in the same block you have someone who has gone for the basic [expecting the likes of us to make sure we have more than covered ourselves] and those who do not insure full stop. This is where there is a lot of 'unfairness' being played by owners - if you own, then pay your way.

I know from my time of living in Spain in the 80's, you get a writ from the management company to appear in court for the outstanding amount, then put under supervision that you pay all that is due on time for a set period of time.



Gin&Tonic


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Hi Butlers Wife,

I'm not sure If this is true but, I heard that the ones that arn't paying maintainence are the ones that have bought for Investments & don't visit, so they don't see why they should pay the fees as they arn't using the pools etc..

Crazy I know !!



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Truffles,



I was referring to this which I read on this forum, with regards to whether you live there are not.



"Bit of advice for anyone buying in TRNC and only visiting every now and again, sometimes the small print ask will the property be left vacant for 30 days or more. You want cover that gives protection if the house is left empty over and above this period."



If you are all having separate insurance for contents then ignore what I wrote. However contents insurance usually varies. If you live there permanently you may well have expensive TV's, computers, stereo, etc. So you might want a higher payout in the event of loss than someone like me whose using my apartment as a holiday home so have not bothered with the luxuries.



Sorry if I confused you.



truffles808


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Crossed wires, no problem. All good info.

Contents insurance is separate and left to the owners will, but we were all let to believe that the building insurance was included in our monthly maintenance fee which has now been revoked 2nd year on. As with BHW and others, we are concerned that our investment is no longer insured and basically if it fell down tonight, we have lost all our money - not a good dilemma to be in. Oh except I know our contents are insured!



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Yes our contents are insured too! I guess if what G&T says is true that most of the unpaid maintenance is from investers then they wont be bothered paying up or insuring?? I think we will pay up as long as we know our apartment is covered. I will start asking questions again tomorrow. G&T yes its only Bev who has control or Martin who is the forum manager - he frequents this site sometimes - he's called Millzer. I have seen four new members have joined the forum tonight so keep trying - there may be a long list of people waiting to join and you could be next! Night night off to bed now!



kenny b


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Hi Gin and Tonic

Dont give up i have just reveived my login details.

Thanks to 5 star Boredhousewife.

Kenny b



Barrovian1



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Regarding the TBV Insurance, I am prepared to pay the 68GBP Insurance, but what happens if there are people who do not pay it. Who will then pay for the 27 000 GBP for site Insurance. Will the individual site owners Insurance fee be increased, to supplement the none payers.



Bob.



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Hi Bob

I have sent an email to Anne at SM asking this and also asked Bev if they can get in touch with the insurance company to ask these questions. We are prepared to pay it as well but only on the understanding our apartment will be covered if others in our block decide not to pay. Will keep you posted

Nicky



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Nicky i am of the understanding that should your'e apartment have the misfortune of needing a rebuild , you would receive the amount of money that you have insured for , so you would have the cash , however if the ajoining apartment to you was not insured there is no way you could rebuild youre individual block as there has been a non insurer . Hope this helps .



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Hi Kenny b,



Maybe, just maybe I will get to talk to you on there one day..



Mick868


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Stuart,

You should have got your TBV forum joining instructiions last night.

Can you confirm you did please. Ta.

Mick



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Hi Mick,



Sorry no !!.. I also check my spam filter everyday..



Stuart



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Thanks Pipie - I think I am of the opinion that if we got our money back then that's all that matters in this economical climate. Hopefully everyone in our block will pay - they seem a nice bunch so fingers crossed we will all be covered and then it can be rebuilt - if not then at least we will get our money back (hopefully). I am just waiting to hear from our management company on this point and if they say yes we will be covered regardless of others then we are going to go ahead and pay. I have spoken to quite a few people who seem to be paying up or want to pay up.



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BHW just ensure you read policy . Hope this helps .



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We just had another email from Sharon Management saying if we dont pay the policy will be cancelled. I have emailed them again to ask if we will be covered if we pay and our neighbours dont. Hopefully someone will come back to m.! Either that or I will go direct to the insurance company and ask them myself because I am getting no luck with anyone. One side is saying dont pay the other is saying pay and I am getting slightly peed off with this cat and mouse game that people seem to be playing.



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The committee are having a meeting tonight, so hopefully by tomorrow we will be in a better position as what to do. Insurance is essential and if it has to be put on top of the mainenace fee, well be it. What I do not approve of is blatant lies - my husband and I were told face to face from the top dog of SM last July that our monthly mainenace fee INCLUDED the building insurance and now he is denying having said this? Again, if we were told the insurance was seperate from the word go, then no one would be complaining now.



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Still concerns me they want to collect it with the maintenance fee! A lot of people arent paying maintenance fees anyway!



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Just so you Know, I'm now on the Forum..



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As regards the Insurance, I cannot get a stright answer from the managment company.. Giving Information is not their forte !! .. but they still want my money .. hmm !



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Wow - I must be back in the loop, I have actually just received an email from SM with regards to the letter they sent out on the 27th October - which I do not know what it was about as I have not had an email from them since 22nd Oct! Anyway, KD are the blue eye boys for the comtributions to keep the village running - surely this IS the resposibility of the developer until all units are sold and not just a kind gesture??? [If the units are not sold the developer still owns those units, hence they have to pay the owners fees]



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The last time we were over there 2 weeks ago. We got a current print out from K.D. on what is, and what isn't sold yet. After a count up of unsold properties on Phase 1 & 2, The total unsold properties are 85.



Who will pay the annual Insurance for these to make up the 27 grand fees?.



Bob.



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Kensington are to pay the insurance for the unsold properties, as they are said to do for the monthly mainenance fee.



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Hi Jo

Ron Here glad to here your back in the loop what is happening with the insurance payments are we being advised to pay or not ! I am in a dilemma on whether to pay or not.

Ronaldo



Notsoboredhw


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The Committee are advising us not to pay and are seeking legal advice, SM are asking us to pay. So the answer to your question is.............uhhmmmm.................... totally confused!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! LOL! The committee are posting their minutes of yesterday's meeting on the forum over the weekend so hopefully that will tell us more. But at the moment we just have to sit and wait! Just hope there's no earthquake this weekend eh!!!!! :(



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BHW

Please dont rebuke me again

but you were against the management company at first then for them now you seem to be against again, you were for the committee, then against them, you were for the forum then it was a nest of vipers, I just love reading your posts, how can you ever be bored with so many costume changes

confusion rules, thanks be to ____ that we bought somewhere with no problems like you all seem to be having at Turtle bay, why not get all the owners of a block together and take out your own insurance, that way at least some blocks will be happy (reminds us of prisoner cell blockH) lol



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Trick or treat Mickey rouke????????? You dont know me you dont know what I think so why do you decide what is going through my mind. you seem very bothered about TBV yet you dont own on TBV so why comment?? The only thing you talk sense on is on taking out block policy. I was never against the management company and if I was I wouldnt still be using them so please dont comment on what you dont know. I expressed my doubts about them in the first instance before using them - I dont know - I havent experience anything bad about them - I can only praise what they have done for our family. I believe there is room for improvement but would say that about any company. When you know what I am thinking then I dont mind you commenting but when you talk rubbish I do mind! You have nothing to do with TBV but it seems everyone that mentions TBV or the management company you jump on them - have you an ulterior motive???????? Please answer because I am baffled at your concern for us owners at TBV.



Notsoboredhw


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01/11/2008 01:50

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p.s. the only problem we have at Turtle Bay is whether to pay our buildings insurance and maybe the relocation of the restaurant. We have had no problems apart from that really. What is your interest in TBV. I would appreciate your honest answer please. Oh another one is a security issue in case you bring that one up as well



Notsoboredhw


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p.s. The snakepit was something another owner said to me - Another thing you need to be correct about please. I was just repeating what someone told me about the owners forum.



kenny b


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01/11/2008 02:22

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Well Said Nicky.

I read Mickey Rourkes comments and thought to myself why make derogatory remarks about a site you dont own on and have probably never visited.

I am an owner on TBV and a regular visitor to the TRNC I and many other owners have no regrets about purchasing on TBV yes there are issues but when I read about other developments and the issues they have. Our problems centre around administrative issues regarding the management company and owners have total confidence in our committee to resolve these shortly.

So what other problems do we have.

A well stocked competitively priced supermarket.

A pub that shows all live sports events.

A gymnasium.

Children's play area

Mini golf

Landscaped gardens

Our own water supply

7 pools

A beach

Laundry

Our own herd of goats

Direct access to the developer who is based on site with friendly and helpful staff.

But what TBV as more than anything else is a group of owners that are happy to help and support their neighbours.



kenny b


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01/11/2008 02:35

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A group of owners that regularly socialise around the barbecue and are happy to share a bottle of plonk.

To summarize Mickey we like everyone that purchases in the TRNC have problems but what most of us realize is that we have purchased in a beautiful place were we are comfortable walking the streets at night happy to leave our car doors unlocked and can live on a development that feels like a real community.

Any regrets, not a one.



Kenny b



mickey rourke


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01/11/2008 07:07

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Kenny B

isnt it funny that when someone from outside posts anything on a thread to do with things at Turtle bay they are jumped on from a great hieght especially by the vocal few, but the bored one puts her neb in where ever she wants to on most subjects on this board, but thats all right !!!!!!!!!!!!! (her fav's!!!) and she is so two faced about things as her history proves , IF SHE DOSENT WANT PEOPLE SAYING THINGS ABOUT HER BELOVED HOUSING ESTATE then post it on your own board, the whole world really dont give a damn. we have no doubt your place is lovely its not the place its the posters.

Just take a look at this thread 21 posts by the bored one, 14 by G&T 2 people, more than half the posts, says it all really, let them send each other e-mails so that it dosent get into the public domain, then people like you wont have to throw your toys out the pram with your shows of support for the plonkers

Grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr



Gin&Tonic


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01/11/2008 14:13

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Mickey rourke ,



Why is it that you always have to start calling names ?..



I would just take no notice of him in future BH & Kenny..



Superscousers


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01/11/2008 21:41

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BHW and GT and KennyB keep up the positive dont let the negs get at you! I think they have ulterior motives ! This BB is for discussion and info not slagging people off. p.s Didnt know they had any estates in N Cyprus or Snake pits or Council estates Know were im coming from!

scouse



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01/11/2008 21:47

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BHW and GT and KennyB keep up the positive dont let the negs get at you! I think they have ulterior motives ! This BB is for discussion and info not slagging people off. p.s Didnt know they had any estates in N Cyprus or Snake pits or Council estates Know were im coming from!

scouse



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