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Jul 12 - Hassan Nahon Criticises “Badly Managed” Works At Bishop Canilla House

Independent MP Marlene Hassan Nahon has said that Government works at Bishop Canilla House appear to be “ill-timed and carried out with little thought to the residents.”

Ms Hassan Nahon said: “The works are, apparently, due to damp. But neither tenants nor the Bishop Canilla House committee have been consulted or even informed that these works would be taking place. They only found out when scaffolding went up in February / March.

“The works have spilled over into summer, and the biggest regret is that balconies have had to be closed for works to take place, leaving elderly residents with no fresh air during the hottest months of the year.

“The Government owes the residents an apology, or at the very least, an explanation for this badly managed project.”

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