In residential properties, there is often a delicate equilibrium between the desire to improve capital and rental appreciation and the need to continue enhancing the utility of the space for occupiers.

Competing objectives must become complementary practices and this is where efficient property management is crucial. Value appreciation is important, while service provision must be cost effective, proportionate and appropriate.

Individual buildings can be extremely complex, with varying elemental lifespans, high replacement costs and different uses or holding criteria all under one roof. A tailored service that appreciates and tackles each of those complexities is therefore essential.

A continued best practice approach is important to help navigate through the intricate legislative framework, combining thorough long-term planning with an effective and efficient short-term strategy to achieve your desired outcome.