Merrytonview 2009-2010


The Residents Association Committee needs your views

Following our first committee meeting of the 2009-2010 session, we have taken the decision to send all residents a mini newsletter asking for suggestions for projects or events that the residents would like to see the Residents Association offer or organise over the next 12 months.

This newsletter, complete with a short questionnaire which will then be collected on Wednesday 1st July, will be posted through all houses in the estate on Monday 29th June. If you would prefer to email your suggestions to the committee, please address all email to This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it .

Annual General Meeting 2009

Calender.pngImportant Notice of AGM and Plan to Appoint a Factor for Merryton View Estate

I am writing to you to request your support at our AGM on Wednesday 3rd June 2009 which will be held in Glengowan Primary School at 7:30pm. As you may be aware the Merryton View Residents Association (MVRA) was created last year to address the issues within Merryton View Estate. Your committee have carried out a significant amount of work not all of which will has been visible, hence the request for you to attend our AGM to ensure you understand all the work going on in the background and the residents plans for the future i.e.

  • Discussions / agreement with South Lanarkshire Council (SLC) regarding land adoption
  • Discussions / agreement with SLC regarding fence line
  • Explanation on why the residents wish to appoint a factor and costs associated
  • Explanation as to who the residents wish to appoint as factor

Full details of all of the above will be available at the AGM. To ensure you fully understand the objectives of the residents and MVRA, it is in your best interest to attend this meeting.

Best regards

Paul Tucker

Newsletter 02
Newsletter 02The second edition of the Merryton View Residents Association newsletter is now available for download. It can be downloaded as a PDF document from the Downloads link or direct from here.
Larkhall's own Stonehenge

build.pngAs some of you may have noticed, large stones have mysteriously appeared at the bottom play park. Numerous residents thought this was the work of MVRA and I can assure you this is not the case. However we have received several requests from residents to remove these stones. As I am sure you will all be aware the residents do not have title to the parks i.e. we do not own them, but have a burden in relation to maintenance. Therefore can whomever placed them there, please contact us. “If no one gets in contact, it is the intention of MVRA to remove and dispose of these stones.

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