Welcome Darras Hall Estate Committee


Important - Addendum to Byelaw 13

By resolution of the Committee on 13 February 2017, the Committee made a change to Byelaw 13.  This important change is available to view within the Byelaws section of our website.

 

This website has been developed to facilitate the exchange of information both ways between us, it has the capability to evolve and increase its functionality as our requirements and imaginations see fit.

With your input, the website can develop to become a fully blown administration system for the Estate, streamlining correspondence between us via the internet. To facilitate this, we need your email addresses so please input your details by clicking here.

We look forward to your support in building this gateway to a more open, trusting and transparent future for relationships between residents and the Committee.

Pay Your Annual Rent Online

You can now pay your annual rent charge directly to Darras Hall Estates Committee online by completing our easy to use online payment process click here to access 

Help Us to Help You!

In an attempt to improve our terrible road surfaces please click on the following link to report any particularly bad areas to Northumberland County Council http://mapreport.northumberland.gov.uk/potholes/you will then have to search for 'potholes' and zoom in on the map for your area of concern.  Another link is https://www.gov.uk/report-pothole, the more people report, the better chance we have to improve our roads.

Do you want us to lobby NCC regarding the poor state of our roads/footpaths?

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Gallery of Darras in Bloom Garden Pho...

29 September 2017

Following our very successful garden competition which we ran in conjunction with Dobbies Garden Centre we are now publishing some of the photographs of the wonderful entries that we rece...
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Darras Hall in Bloom Garden Competiti...

19 September 2017

THIS year’s Darras Hall in Bloom competition revealed just how many truly incredible gardens there must be hidden away behind the hedges of the estate. Garden competition judge, Paul Trav...
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