St Davids 2 Communal TV aerial system was a challenging project, One Vision Digital was able to assist us with the design and managed to carry out the complete installation in time and within budget, no doubt we will be working with One Vision on many more projects, excellent team highly recommended.
Public sector housing organisations can be Local Authorities, Arms Length Management Organisations (ALMOs) and Housing Associations. Property managers in the public sector will be engaged with residents who could be tenants, leaseholders or freeholders and who have different legal rights and responsibilities. Residents in public sector properties will range from freeholders on public sector housing estates, leaseholders in blocks of flats to high dependency tenants with housing and support needs.
For residents in houses, it is usual for their tenancy agreement, lease or transfer document to make them responsible for the maintenance and replacement of the TV aerial at the property. However, in most instances, residents in flats will expect their landlords to provide and maintain the communal TV aerial system supply the TV services to their homes. Generally, the landlord will be able to recover the cost of providing and maintaining the communal TV aerial system, through the service charges.
There are two main systems for providing TV services through a communal TV aerial system although others are available:
It is expected that property managers for public sector housing will consult extensively with residents to identify their needs. Public sector housing organisations should act well in advance of switchover to ensure that their properties are ready for the switch and future-proofed.