Friday 19 October 2018
Loss of heating at Kelson House, Isle of Dogs
We're aware of the heating failure at Kelson House. Unfortunately we're unable to access the plant room to fix the boiler due to a health and safety risk in the room. Works to make the plant room safe will be completed on Tuesday 23 October, we will then access the room on Wednesday 24 October to remedy the boiler.
We are providing temporary heaters to all households but we need to limit this to two per households. Please contact us on 0300 123 9966 to request these and we will deliver these to you as soon as possible.
Please accept our sincere apologies for any inconvenience that this issue may have caused and continues to cause.
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