The roof of the building will form part of the freehold which you hold a share in. I would imagine that the problem will have an impact of the service charge payable by all the lessees and therefore yes this should be disclosed.
This is because it could have a detrimental effect on the buyers decision to proceed and if it is discovered following exchange of contract or completion that you had known about the problems with the building’s roof and not disclosed them then the buyers could argue you had misrepresented them. This would mean that they could take action against you for this.
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