Cork County Council owns and manages over 7500 properties throughout the county. These houses may be located in estates of different sizes in towns and villages or singly in a rural areas. Cork County Council has a duty of care to promote the peaceful occupation of all our dwellings.
Estate Management is primarily about making local authority estates better places to live in. There are 5 Area Officers dealing with Estate Management, Anti-Social Behaviour and tenancy enforcement, who each deal with a designated area of the county, and carry out a range of services such as:
• Advice to Tenants on all details of their tenancy and Estate Management, such as development of Residents Associations
• Assist in problems that occur in estates.
• Investigate complaints of Anti-Social Behaviour & breach of tenancy