Government puts sixteen flats up for sale

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Government puts sixteen flats up for sale


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31/05/12

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Government puts sixteen flats up for sale


The Government has put sixteen flats in a number of locations out to tender and up for sale. These flats, which are all Government-owned, have been empty for some time and the aim is that their coming into the market will help to improve the living conditions of sixteen families.

There are four flats in Harbour Views, three in Sir William Jackson Grove, one in Portland House and one in Carltree House that have been put on the market on an open tender basis. Six of these are two bedroom flats and three of them are three bedroom flats.

In addition to this, the Government has also put on the market seven flats in Merlot House, Vineyards. Three are one bedroom flats and four are three bedroom. These flats have been put out for sale on a fixed price basis. This means that prospective tenders will not be able to outbid each other because the price will remain the same, and that instead a list of published criteria, other than price, will be used to determine the allocation.

In all cases, the properties are intended for owner-occupiers and the Government will not accept applications from investors or speculators.

The closing date for tenders is noon on Friday 29th June 2012.

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