Plymouth Wharf Residents Association is a limited Company which owns the freehold of the entire Estate and was formed when the original developers of the site completed the works in 1987.
A board of Directors (all of whom must be shareholders) is voted for every year at the AGM and it is their responsibility to manage the estate and best utilise the annual service charge that each leaseholder pays.
The Company’s registered address is: 63 Plymouth Wharf, London, E14 3EL
The registered company number is: 1952589
PWRA does not retain a managing agent, as we believe it is both more cost-effective and efficient to manage the estate ourselves.
The owners of all 62 leasehold properties (44 flats and 18 Houses) hold one share per property in the Company.
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Information that you volunteer to the Plymouth Wharf Residents’ Association is handled in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998, the principles of which are that personal information should be:
- fairly and lawfully processed
- processed for limited purposes
- adequate, relevant and not excessive
- not kept longer than necessary
- processed in accordance with the data subjects’ rights
- not transferred to countries outside the EEA without adequate protection
Data that you volunteer are processed and stored solely for the purposes of:
- Accounts and records
- Communications between the Association and you
Under the Data Protection Act you are entitled to a copy of any information held about you.
Data will be made available only to authorised personnel within the Association who we believe reasonably need to come into contact with that information and will not be given to other parties except as may be required by law.