Surveyors and Property Consultants

Overview

The occupation of and investment in property is central to our daily lives either through living or working in properties, or through investment, be that investment as owner occupation or for capital and rental return.  The operation of property is critical to its performance, the utility of occupation or the investment return.

 

Effective management by the maximisation of occupational utility or investment performance is key to success.  That management may be at portfolio, strategic asset, building or facilities level and critically encompasses the inter-relationship between all of them.

 

We are experienced in all aspects of property management.  We combine legislative knowledge, good practice procedures and a thorough appreciation of the market and so are able to provide a cost effective and bespoke service.

Property Management


Commercial Property Management

 

Investment performance, through capital appreciation and rental growth, or utility returns and indeed any other objectives, are central to a property owner’s and investor’s requirements. Challenging market conditions mean that asset returns are even more critical and yet more difficult to achieve.  Portfolio and asset performance needs to be maximised through considered and strategic management.  At property level maximisation of the individual property asset can be secured through active management, with effective facilities management ensuring the efficient running of the building.  A proper platform is needed to ensure the delivery of objectives and investment performance and an integrated approach is needed through the multifaceted levels of property management.

 

  • Portfolio Management
  • Asset Management
  • Property Management
  • Facilities Management
  • Lease Event Management
  • Service Charge Administration

Residential & Mixed Use Block Management

 

A careful balance needs to be struck between effective property performance and continuing and enhanced utility of occupation. Capital value appreciation is important, whilst the service provision needs to be cost effective, proportionate and appropriate. Differing objectives need to be recognised and appreciated, particularly where uses and holding criteria vary within a single building. Individual buildings can often be extremely complicated structures with varying elemental lifespans and high replacement costs. The legislative framework is intricate and complex and a continuing good practice approach is essential. Proper planning for the long term needs to be combined with an effective and efficient short term approach in order to successfully achieve the desired outcome.

 

  • Asset Management
  • Property Management
  • Mixed Use Properties
  • Right to Manage Companies
  • Facilities Management
  • Service Charge Administration
(*) Calls to 087x numbers consist of an access charge and a service charge (currently 2ppm). More information about this charging process can by found here.