Updates to the Private Property Maintenance Standards (PPMS)

By Erin Schumacher - erins@landings.org
Community Development Director

With support and input from the community, The Landing Association’s Private Property Maintenance Standards (PPMS) were adopted by the Board of Directors in 2015, in the interest of protecting and promoting the property value of members’ investments. The purpose of this publication is to establish standards focused on the continued upkeep and maintenance of private property within The Landings.

The document is used by residents and Landings Association staff to evaluate and identify common aspects of a home and property that require routine maintenance and attention. As the PPMS is an essential resource for the community, it is regularly reviewed and revised to ensure that the guidelines set forth are serving their intended purpose. Currently, revisions have been proposed to provide greater consistency amongst other governing documents, such as the Rules and Regulations, to increase clarity, and make the document more user-friendly.

When changes are proposed, they are ushered through a review process, which includes input from TLA Staff, the Governance Committee, legal counsel, and the community at large. Once input has been gathered and the final revisions incorporated, they are presented to the Board of Directors for adoption. Upon adoption, they then are implemented by staff. Resident input is highly valued when embarking upon this process, with an aim of working together to ensure The Landings remains one of the most beautiful communities in the South.

To view proposed changes to the PPMS click here. To provide feedback, email sabrinam@landings.org.

This article was originally published by The Landings Association on their website.

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