Catch up with news about our 2021 Annual General Meeting
Hanger Hill Garden Estate Residents Association (HHGERA) works for everyone who lives or owns property on our Estate. We organise social and community events, manage some of the gardens and service roads, and help talk to organisations like Ealing Council and the local Police.
The Association's annual general meeting was held by video conference on Thursday 25th March. The meeting agenda and links to all documents can be seen by clicking through to the 2021 AGM page on this site. Meeting minutes will be uploaded in due course.
The meeting approved:
Election of officers (click here for nominations)
Maintenance of houses service charge at £60 per house in 2021
No membership fee for HHGERA in 2021
Proposed changes to use of houses' key reserve
If you could not join us online you are still welcome to raise issues by email to email@example.com or by post to 227 Princes Gardens. Until 1 April you can vote on the various agenda points using the voting slip that was delivered to all houses and flats, or can be downloaded by clicking here.
HHGERA is run entirely by volunteers and we welcome all offers of help!
Click the image to open the AGM page
If you are self-isolating or shielding*, or unable to get out and about for other reasons, more than 30 of our wonderful neighbours have volunteered to help.
We know many of you are already supporting neighbours. However, if you do need some help, if you would like to join in this community effort or if you are concerned about someone living on the Estate please:
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org or
- Telephone Dion Hitchcock on 07515 029725
Click here to download a special edition newsletter reporting the results of last year's Annual General Meeting and other news, here for the Summer 2020 edition of HHGERA News, here for the January 2021 newsletter and here for our Coronavirus circular containing lots of information on where and how to seek help if you need it. All these documents have been delivered by hand to all houses and flats.
* Shielding means you are in a highly vulnerable group and were told not to go out during the first lockdown.