With thorough vetting and research we have built up a team of specialist contractors in all fields of building, maintenance and accounting that is required to provide a full management service to optimum standards. At all times we aim to adhere to the RICS (Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors) code of practice for service management companies.
If you would like to make a payment for your service management charge or ground rents please click on Online Payment Please do not forget to reference your payment with the property address so the payment is easily identified on our bank statement.
These notes have been produced to advise leaseholders of the services you should expect from their service management company and what you need to consider in your responsibilities as a leaseholder.
As the leaseholder you may not occupy the apartment but you are still responsible for any tenants, family and visitors that use the apartment. If they cause any problems then as the leaseholder you are still bound to accept the cost for any damage or disruption caused by them. This may include the need and cost for parking permits and a contractor to monitor inconsiderate parking, or the collection and disposal of refuse left outside of the bins which are collected by the council. If you sublet your property you must inform the freeholder as failure to do so may invalidate the insurance. A fee may be required if you sublet your property. You should also be aware that under the terms of your lease permanent pets are not allowed on the development. We should also remind you that the building has a no smoking policy which applies not only to your apartment but also to the communal areas within the building.
The following is a general list of services provided by the managing agent of each development.
We will arrange to maintain, repair, renew and redecorate the following;
We will not maintain, repair, renew or redecorate the following;
Ground rents are payable for leasehold properties according to the details on your lease. These are normally due annually on the 1st January each year.