MINOLTA DIGITAL CAMERAWelcome to the RPRA

The RPRA is the Repton Park Residents Association

The RPRA exists to serve the interests of all Repton Park residents. It plays a vital and active role in liaising with Consort the management company across a wide range of issues including leasehold property maintenance, service charges, parking, ground and general site maintenance.

There is no charge for being a member of the RPRA though owners are recommended to register their membership via the web site.

Please REGISTER HERE

Registration is required to  to access the protected areas of the web site including RPRA meeting minutes.

Objectives:

To represent the residents, in conjunction with the management company, in all matters appertaining to Repton Park. In addition, the RPRA will organise social events for fund raising purposes for the benefit of residents.

Structure:

The Association will be made up of a committee of up to 14 residents. Elections will be held every year, at the AGM, to elect a management committee for the following year. The RPRA management Committee will have a Chair, Vice Chair, Treasurer, Secretary and ten other members.

Vision

To aspire to excellence, striving for the highest quality,safety and resident experience, making Repton Park the most prestigious gated community in England.

The Committee:

  • Mark Cutter

    Mark has lived in Claybury Villas for some 4 years now

  • Margery Brooke-Williams Vice Chair

    Margery has lived in Repton Park for two years in her newly refurbished apartment.

  • Brian Lindsey Treasurer

    Brian and his family have lived in Repton Park since 2000.

  • Gary Bronziet RPRA Secretary

    Gary has lived in Repton Park since August 2000, being one of the first residents of Rosebury Square.

  • Anil Solanki

    Anil has lived in Repton Park since it was built so you could call him ‘a chip off the old block!’

  • Corinne Laken

    Corrine has lived in Repton Park, with her family, since 2001.

  • Simon Birnie

    Simon has lived at North Lodge, at the entrance to Repton Park since 2006

  • Eddie Halil

    Eddy Halil has lived in Repton Park for nearly 4 years.

  • Hayley Hunt

    For Hayley Hunt it was love at first sight the day she walked into Repton Park

It is expected for all RPRA committee members to have the following virtues

Selflessness

Holders of the position of RPRA committee member, should act solely in terms of the interest of members of the public who live in Repton Park. They should not do so in order to gain financial or other material benefits for themselves, their family or friends.

Integrity

Committee members should not place themselves under any financial or other obligation to outside individuals or organisations that might seek to influence them in the performance of their official duty.

Objectivity

In carrying out RPRA business, including making public appointments, awarding contracts, or recommending individuals for rewards and benefits, committee members should make choices on merit.

Accountability

Committee members are accountable for their decisions and actions to residents of Repton Park and must submit themselves to whatever scrutiny is appropriate regards their actions in relation to matters relevant to the welfare of the development.

Openness

Committee members should be as open as possible about all the actions that they take. They should be able to provide justifiable reasons for their decisions.

Honesty

Committee members have a duty to declare any private interests relating to their committee duties and to take steps to resolve any conflicts arising in a way that protects the interests of Repton Park.

Leadership

Committee members should promote and support these principles by leadership and example.

Rules and Constitution of the Repton Park Residents Association

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Rules and Constitution Adopted at AGM 23 November 2015