The Community Schemes Ombud Service (CSOS), an entity of the Department of Human Settlements established to deal with issues affecting occupants of retirement villages, home owner’s associations, sectional title holders and all other shared living arrangements, is making a turn in Nelson Mandela Bay on Tuesday (3 October).
Wanda Lubelwana, Marketing, Communications and Stakeholder Relations Manager, said residents dealing with issues ranging from incorrect and unreasonable levies, noise and parking issues amongst others are welcome to attend the roadshow for clarity on what can be done about their issues.
Details of the roadshow is as follows:
Date and Time: Tuesday, 3 October at 9am
Venue: Garden Court, Kings Beach.
For more information regarding the Community Schemes Ombud Service, please visit www.csos.org.za
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