What input does your current managing agent give you to improve your development? 

  • A good managing agent should have in-house qualified legal staff to advise their clients and their solicitors whether there can be any practical improvements to the draft leases of a proposed development in order to improve the ongoing management and smooth running of the estate
  • A good managing agent should also be able to comment on the proposed specification of a development and provide practical suggestions on elements of the design that perhaps could be altered to improve the ongoing maintenance and reduce costs to the purchasers.
  • A good managing agent can offer your customers a unique on-line management service providing complete transparency of the management process.


As soon as we are appointed on a development, we would undertake the following services:

  • A review of draft documentation to ensure that it is effective for the development.
  • Preparation of draft budget for approval
  • Administration of the Management Company and the undertaking of all company secretarial duties on your behalf if required
  • Site visits by dedicated Property Manager
  • All administration and management responsibilities for cleaners, gardeners, repairs etc. for communal areas as soon as they are handed over
  • Arranging and administering buildings and other insurance policies, including engineering and Directors and Officers liability.


By involving us from the very start of the project, we provide:

  • All administration and management responsibilities for cleaners, gardeners, repairs etc. for staircases and blocks as soon as they are handed over to us.
  • There is absolutely no cost to the developer. We charge our management fee pro-rata, out of service charges, as the development is handed over. Why should you, the developer, pay for the cost of managing the development?
  • We can also collect ground rent where the developer retains the freehold interest.


Key Features for Developers:


* Removes the costs and the time of dealing with these matters from the developer.

* Protects the developer’s good reputation.

* Provides residents with continuity after completion.

* One point of contact for any issues raised.