Tenant Association Profile: Bretton Place Tenants Association

Bretton Place Tenants’ Association (BPTA) was established over 30 years ago to represent the collective interests of residents of Bretton Place (44 Jackes and 33 Rosehill).

The Executive is comprised of resident volunteers who donate their time and effort to work with the property management company and the landlord on issues relating to the complex’s common areas, the buildings, grounds maintenance, the residents’ and property security and various matters affecting the neighbourhood that impact residents. The organization is funded entirely from the annual membership fees.

 

Issues relating to the individual resident and their apartment must be addressed by the resident directly with the Property Management Office. The BPTA  has been instrumental in establishing standards for tenant enjoyment during renovations; has represented tenants at Above Guideline Rent Increase hearings at the Landlord and Tenant Board with considerable success; has worked with city councillors and others around pertinent development applications; has worked with city departments to provide training to residents with a view to improve safety and security.

 

 

For news and updates, including meeting dates and times, visit their website at:

http://www.brettonplacetenants.org/