Tenants at an exclusive apartment development received threats that their communal electricity supply would be cut off - as the landlord didn't pay the bill for YEARS.
If the bill was not paid imminently, tenants would be left with no communal lighting, no lift, no door entry system and no car park lighting, the sign said.
A resident, who did not wish to be named, said: "I was greeted by legal notice stuck to my flat block main door.
"What transpires is that A2Dominion had not paid an outstanding electricity bill to SSE for at least four years for the sum of around £1,500.
"On this occasion they failed to attend to a payment to SSE for the communal electricity supply."
Bills are now 'fully up-to-date'
A2Dominion, a residential property group with almost 37,000 homes across London and southern England, is responsible for many properties within the Stanmore Place development.
A spokesman for A2Dominion said: “We’re sorry to residents who were alarmed by the legal notices placed in Bletchley Court by SSE, and thanks to those who notified us of them.
“Some of our electric bills were incorrectly sent to our old address, however this has now been corrected, and all of our bills are now fully up-to-date.”
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