March 28, 2018


Having already approved our annual rent increase the Board met last Monday, 12 March, to approve our budget and plans for the financial year as well as to review Zebra’s performance over the last few months.

As we’ve already said our major project for the year is the external repair and re-decoration of the render work to the front of Jerome House which is beginning to look a bit jaded. Currently our plan is to do this over the summer. We’ll be carrying out improvements to the garden at Sentosa House. We will also continue with our programme of upgrading kitchens and bathrooms.

We’ll also continue to improve all aspects of Health and Safety including upgrading fire detection equipment and fire doors.

We’ll be looking at our policies on data protection (there’s a new directive known as the GDPR) and lettings (how and to whom we let our accommodation). We’re looking at our internal processes and IT so we can improve our services to you. And we want to continue to bear down on our costs whilst achieving efficiency savings.

March 27, 2018

Easter Office Hours

The Zebra Housing Office will be closed for the Easter holiday on Friday 30th March and Monday 2nd April.

The office will reopen at 9.30am on Tuesday 3rd April.

In an emergency only, please contact your warden.

March 23, 2018


We have a limited number of great stalls seats for the hit musical ‘School of Rock’. At the New London Theatre on Monday 16th April. 7.30pm.

These tickets have a face value of £75, which we are making available to residents for £20 each.

If you would like to reserve tickets, please email

Stating your name, address and number of tickets required.
I will then send you the bank payment details. We distribute tickets a few days in advance of the performance.

March 8, 2018

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