Rowdy short-term lettings causing a headache for apartment owners

Airbnb and other short term letting websites are causing increasing irritation for owners in residential blocks, according to Ian Smallman, a director of Principle Estate Management.

“It is becoming a real problem, especially within city centre locations where you often come across owners and even tenants sub-letting via Airbnb and similar services,” he said.

“Occupiers of the block often complain about groups, usually younger people, being rowdy and partying until the early hours of the morning, causing damage to the communal areas and more often, just being a nuisance.”

For many owners of long leasehold flats this has caused huge problems with managing agents alleging that such lettings are in breach of the lease. Freeholders and their agents have then pursued the owner for breach of lease and claimed recovery of all their costs.

Ian Smallman said: “The starting point is always to look at the lease and see what provisions it contains in respect of sub-letting and the use of the property. Most leases have some restrictions as to sub-letting or use.

“The freeholder can apply to the First Tier Tribunal for a determination that the leaseholder is breaching their lease under section 168 of the Commonhold and Leasehold Reform Act 2002.”

Various cases have been to the First Tier tribunal with no consistency of decisions. However the Upper Tribunal in Nemcova v. Fairfield Rents Limited [2016] UKUT 303 (LC) has now offered some guidance.

In this case, the lease allowed sub-letting but provided that the premises must be used “as a private residence.” While the Upper Tribunal made very clear each case is fact specific, it supported the decision of the First Tier Tribunal that the short terms lettings arranged by the leaseholder were a breach of covenant.

Mr Smallman said: “In so determining the tribunal at both instances was satisfied that short term lettings via Airbnb were not such that the occupants were occupying as a private residence, which the tribunal accepted essentially meant as their home.

“If you own a flat and sublet it, you need to ensure you are complying strictly with the terms of your lease. If you then become aware that your tenant is sub-letting it is critical that you take action to prevent you being challenged by your freeholder.

“The flat owner, if successfully pursued by the freeholder for breach of lease, may end up having to pay all of the freeholder’s costs to ensure they avoid forfeiture, i.e. losing the ownership of their flat,” he said.

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For further information please contact:

Brett Williams, Principle Estate Management LLP, Cornwall House, Lionel Street, Birmingham B3 1AP

Tel: 07954 078711 / 0121 289 4315

Email: BWilliams@PrincipleEstate.co.uk

www.PrincipleEstate.co.uk

https://twitter.com/PrincipleEM

https://www.linkedin.com/company/principle-estate-management/

https://www.facebook.com/PrincipleEstateManagement/

Editors’ notes: 

Principle is a customer-focused managing agent providing a transparent property management service to the highest standards nationwide. Principle Estate Management is a new venture based in Birmingham and led by experienced chartered surveyors. The business was born out of a passion for “doing it right” through a director-led, friendly approach combined with robust systems that maximize efficiency. Principle Estate Management provides a service that we believe sets the aspirational standard for other agents. We manage modern apartment buildings, traditional blocks of flats, mixed use developments, private housing estates and private rented sector (PRS) or build to rent (BTR) developments as well as portfolios of rented properties for residential or commercial landlords.

Bond Wolfe Auctions launches March catalogue with over 100 lots

Pictured – Gurpreet Bassi and Ian Tudor

Bond Wolfe Auctions has hit 100+ lots for its first auction in March which will be the largest auction held in the Midlands for six months.

It will feature a diverse range of properties with guide prices ranging from £5,000 to £2.6 million and cover a wide geographical area including London.

Gurpreet Bassi, chief executive of Bond Wolfe Auctions, said: “The West Midlands auction market has voted with its feet.

“We are delighted that so many old and new clients have chosen to put their faith in us and committed to our first of six auctions this year.

“We have seen lots of early interest in this auction with over 1,000 viewings having already taken place. We look forward to welcoming a lot of familiar faces to Villa Park on Wednesday 13 March.”

As well as regular auctioneer Graham Carter, Bond Wolfe Auctions will also be welcoming one of the UK’s best known auctioneers on to the rostrum.

Phillip Arnold, who is the past president of the National Association of Valuers and Auctioneers (NAVA) and an experienced London-based auctioneer, will be taking up the hammer to sell many of the 100+ lots on the day.

Gurpreet Bassi said: “We are delighted Phillip has chosen to join us as his familiar face and distinctive style is well known in the national auction marketplace, particularly as we are now seeing so many buyers from London and the south east.”

Bond Wolfe Auctions was launched in early 2019 by chief executive Gurpreet Bassi and managing director Ian Tudor who previously were the heads of residential and commercial auctions respectively at the Bigwood auctions business.

They have been joined by well-known consultant directors Jonathan Hackett and Ron Darlington to complete an initial team of 15 working from offices in Birmingham, West Bromwich and Wolverhampton.

Gurpreet Bassi added: “Reaching 100 plus lots for our first auction under Bond Wolfe Auctions is a remarkable achievement by any measure, it can largely be put down to the quality and experience of our team.

“Our award-winning and record-breaking team has over 250 years’ experience of the property auction sector and our track record together with our established business network is unrivalled.

“That’s why we have been able to create such a successful business from day one.”

Gurpreet and Ian previously formed the backbone of the Bigwood auctions business, and the majority of the new Bond Wolfe Auctions team were formerly responsible for delivering the Midlands largest ever auction in May 2018, which saw 172 lots go under the hammer.

The first auction will start at 10.30am on Wednesday 13 March at Villa Park, Birmingham, and the team has already started taking entries for the second auction of 2019 on Thursday 9 May. Any sellers or businesses looking to offer their properties, development sites or portfolios for sale by auction, should contact enquiries@bondwolfeauctions.com or call 0121 312 1212.

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* Each property is subject to a reserve price which may be different from the guide price.

 For further information, please contact:

 Suzanne Randell, Head of Marketing and Communications,

Bond Wolfe Auctions,

1st Floor, 75/77 Colmore Row, Birmingham B3 2AP

0121 312 1212

www.bondwolfeauctions.com

@BondWolfeAuc

Written and issued by Andy Skinner at ASAP PR, 01789 490786, mobile 07990 978257

Editors’ notes:

Bond Wolfe Auctions has a record breaking and award-winning team with over 250 years of combined property experience.  They sell all types of residential, commercial and mixed-use property, investments and land/development sites for private individuals and corporate clients. They will hold six auctions in 2019 at Aston Villa FC as well as offering online auctions, selling properties nationally across the UK.

Media company creates seven jobs and moves into former Shropshire court, helped by Bulleys Bradbury

Pictured – Mhairi McPhillips, Joanna Xiourouppa, Nathan Hughes, Nathan Rous, Richard Bradbury of Bulleys Bradbury, Conor Crozier and Olivia Evans

A media company that more than tripled in size after creating seven jobs has expanded into a Shropshire town’s former courthouse, thanks to a deal completed by Bulleys Bradbury.

Nathan Rous PR has moved from its original base in Much Wenlock to Suite 3 on the first floor of The Court, the old magistrates’ building on the outskirts of Wellington town centre.

The company was founded in 2008 and moved to Much Wenlock with three workers in 2016 but has now grown to ten staff with clients across Europe and the USA.

Mr Rous, director of the company, said: “We needed a bigger space but also wanted premises more fitting for our creative agency, and this beautiful room with vaulted ceilings that once served as the actual court room completely fitted the bill.

“The room used to contain the magistrates’ bench and still has the original court crest on the wall, and we’ve designed our redecoration of the premises around that central feature.

“There’s plenty of room for current staff, break-out areas and space for continued growth, plus we’re just minutes from the train station with a direct route to London.”

Mr Rous said he was grateful not only to Bulleys Bradbury but also to Telford and Wrekin Council which had provided a relocation grant to the company as part of its moveHe added: “We will also be using the new space to host our new hospitality consultancy later this year, which will see another significant expansion.”

Richard Bradbury, director of Telford-based Bulleys Bradbury, arranged the letting of the 1,107 sq ft office with Nathan Rous PR off an asking rent of £8,856 per annum.

 Mr Bradbury said: “We’re delighted to have found the right premises to house such a fast-growing company, and we’re sure Nathan Rous PR will continue its success at The Court.

 “This landmark office building was developed as multi-let offices 18 years ago and is conveniently located on the immediate outskirts of Wellington town centre, with six individual suites and onsite car parking.

 “The property is a short walk from the town centre and railway station and is proving to be a popular target for firms looking for impressive premises.”

 Any companies interested in space at The Court should call Bulleys Bradbury on 01952 292233 or visit bulleysbradbury.co.uk. One suite of 933 sq ft remains with adjoining rooms on an all-inclusive basis.

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 For further information, please contact:

 Steve Dyson, ASAP PR – 01789 490786

 Editors’ Notes

Bulleys Bradbury was established resulting from a merger of Bulleys Telford Office and Bradbury Commercial Ltd.  Bulleys were established in 1965 and have built an enviable reputation as local specialists in the field of industrial and commercial property consultancy.  Bradbury Commercial was established in 2007 by Richard Bradbury who has over 25 years’ experience in the local commercial property market.  The combined companies benefit from a wealth of experience and ability to deliver, making Bulleys Bradbury one of the leading property consultants in the Shropshire and the wider West Midlands.

Rising Midlands property prices are boosting auctions success, according to Bond Wolfe Auctions

Midland property investors are defying Brexit pessimism and benefiting from the region experiencing the fastest rising house prices in the UK, an expert at Bond Wolfe Auctions said today.

Gurpreet Bassi, chief executive of Bond Wolfe Auctions, was speaking after new figures from property website Zoopla revealed Birmingham, Leicester and Nottingham were the country’s first, joint second and joint fourth highest regions respectively for price rises since the June 2016 referendum to leave the EU.

Mr Bassi said: “Despite all the Brexit doom and gloom, we are seeing switched-on Midland property investors who buy bargains at auctions, and then refurbish and sell them back into the market, enjoying a sharp rise in their fortunes.”

The Zoopla survey found that house prices have grown fastest in Birmingham (up 16%), Manchester and Leicester, (both up 15%) and Nottingham and Edinburgh (both up 14%), mainly because economic and political uncertainty caused by the Brexit vote was more acutely felt in southern English cities.

Mr Bassi said: “These findings come on top of ongoing trends that have been developing in recent years and highlight just how beneficial it is buy homes in the Midlands today.

“The fastest and most efficient way to do this is by auction and we have a regular supply of competitively priced homes that can be bought at the fall of the hammer.

“This is particularly beneficial for investors looking to refurbish for profit, as they not only add value to properties they have bought at a bargain but they then capture a second bonus because Midland house prices are outstripping the market.

“This bonus can also be enjoyed by landlords seeking to increase their buy-to-let portfolios and by first-time buyers, as they could quickly find themselves sitting on a very healthy profit driven by the Midlands’ surging ahead as the fastest growing region for house prices.”

Mr Bassi added: “In short, it’s time for property investors to fill their boots while house prices in the Midlands are rising so healthily, and there’s no better place to do this than in our auctions.”

Bond Wolfe Auctions was launched in January by Bond Wolfe, one of the region’s leading property consultants. The team behind the new business is led by chief executive Gurpreet Bassi and managing director Ian Tudor, until recently the heads of residential and commercial auctions at the Bigwood auctions business.

The company’s first auction on 13 March at Villa Park is one of six that Bond Wolfe Auctions is lining up for 2019. To view properties in the auction go to www.bondwolfeauctions.com/properties/ or to offer your property call 0121 312 1212.

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* Each property is subject to a reserve price which may be different from the guide price.

 For further information, please contact:

 Suzanne Randell, Head of Marketing and Communications,

Bond Wolfe Auctions,

1st Floor, 75/77 Colmore Row, Birmingham B3 2AP

0121 312 1212

www.bondwolfeauctions.com

Prepared by Steve Dyson at ASAP PR, 01789 490786

Editors’ notes:

Bond Wolfe Auctions has a record breaking and award-winning team with over 200 years of combined property experience.  They sell all types of residential, commercial and mixed-use property, investments and land/development sites for private individuals and corporate clients. They will hold six auctions in 2019 at Aston Villa FC as well as offering online auctions, selling properties nationally across the UK.

 

The sky’s the limit as Consort House soars past 50% sold

Speculation is growing on potential buyers for a spectacular three bedroom top floor penthouse with huge rooftop garden at the Princes Gate development in Solihull.

Elevate Property Group is just weeks away from completing the first phase – Consort House which will offer 30 apartments out of 100 to be developed on the site.

David Hofton, Elevate’s sales and marketing director, said that they had seen a massive surge in interest in Consort House since the New Year.

Buyers have already reserved more than 50% of the 30 apartments with Consort House’s first owners due to move in in April.

“Intriguingly, we have had a really strong spread of interest, ranging from first time buyers who can now take advantage of Help to Buy, through to buy to let investors looking at a 5% yield and downsizers who are attracted by the luxury specification and the fantastic location.

“Waitrose is your ‘corner shop’, the train station with a 12 minute run into Birmingham is 250 metres away and John Lewis is a stroll around the corner.

“One interested older couple described it as the ‘easiest living’ in the region. Older buyers are also attracted by the ability to lock up and leave – particularly those who may spend part of the year abroad or travelling in their retirement,” he said.

But it is the top floor penthouse apartment that is proving a magnet with speculation rife that it might attract a Premiership footballer or reality TV star.

David Hofton said: “Obviously we are not at liberty to reveal who has made serious inquiries about any of our developments, but the luxury specification and location of this penthouse has certainly kickstarted the rumour mill!”

The penthouse apartment – price on application – on top of Consort House measures 1,550 sq ft and has a 1,000 sq ft south west-facing roof garden – perfect for parties or large family gatherings.

To get a flavour of the luxury specification that can be expected at Consort House, Elevate has opened two show apartments, a one bed and a two bed example, with a further two apartments also finished and available for inspection.

Prices for the one bedroom apartments start at £184,950 and for the two bedroom apartments from £289,950.

David Hofton added: “With the reception hall now decorated and a total of four apartments to inspect, this gives potential buyers the chance to see how their Consort House home can look, and also gives them a blank canvas to create their own look and finish.”

The two show apartments are currently open on Saturdays from 9am to 2pm but will soon be opening on Fridays and Sundays as well to satisfy the strong interest in the development. Viewings can be arranged at other times by appointment.

For further information see http://www.elevatepropertygroup.co.uk/developments-grid/princes-gate/ or call David Hofton on 0121 272 5729.

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For further information, please contact:

Steve Dodd, Managing Director,
Elevate Property Group, St Pauls House, St Pauls Square, Birmingham B3 1RB

0121 272 5729

http://www.elevatepropertygroup.co.uk

http://www.facebook.com/elevatepropertygroupuk

http://instagram.com/elevatepropertygroup

Editors’ Notes

Elevate Property Group creates exceptional architectural spaces.
Prepared and issued by Andy Skinner of ASAP PR – 01789 490786 or 07990 978257.

Five new Black County industrial units completed in £32 million development

Commercial property agents Bulleys and CBRE are marketing five new industrial units in the Black Country after the completion of phase one of a £32 million development.

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Bond Wolfe Auctions offers chance to breathe new life into Selly Oak water tower

One of Birmingham’s historic landmarks will be brought back to life after it goes under the hammer at Bond Wolfe Auctions’ inaugural sale at Villa Park on Wednesday 13 March.

The locally listed former water tower which previously formed part of Selly Oak Hospital has planning permission for conversion into three apartments.

Jonathan Hackett, consultant director at Bond Wolfe Auctions, said: “Selly Oak Hospital’s water tower was built in 1902 as a new entrance to the workhouse, but since the closure of the old hospital it has lain dormant.

“But now there is a chance for a local developer to take on an oven-ready project that is bound to spark interest in the area.

“The tower now has permission for two one bedroom apartments and one two bedroom apartment, with one car parking space each.”

The ready-made development project is offered with a guide price* of £100,000+.

It is situated on a corner plot on Meadow Drive, reached via Raddleburn Road, on the former site of Selly Oak Hospital.

Mr Hackett said it was just one of a number of interesting residential, commercial and land development opportunities that Bond Wolfe Auctions was lining up for the first of six auctions the company will be holding in 2019 at Villa Park.

Bond Wolfe Auctions was launched in early 2019 by Bond Wolfe, one of the region’s leading property consultants. The team behind the new business is led by chief executive Gurpreet Bassi and managing director Ian Tudor who until recently were the heads of residential and commercial auctions respectively at the Bigwood auctions business.

Bond Wolfe Auctions is based in newly refurbished offices on Colmore Row, Birmingham with further offices in West Bromwich and Wolverhampton.

To view a selection of the properties already lined up for Wednesday 13 March, go to https://www.bondwolfeauctions.com/properties/ – or to offer your property please call 0121 312 1212.

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* Each property is subject to a Reserve Price which may be different from the Guide Price.

For further information, please contact:

Suzanne Randell, Head of Marketing and Communications,
Bond Wolfe Auctions,
1st Floor, 75/77 Colmore Row, Birmingham B3 2AP

0121 312 1212

www.bondwolfeauctions.com

Twitter – @BondWolfeAuc

Prepared and issued by Andy Skinner of ASAP, 01789 490786, mobile, 07990 978257

Editors’ notes:

Bond Wolfe Auctions has a record breaking and award-winning team with over 250 years of combined property experience.  They sell all types of residential, commercial and mixed-use property, investments and land/development sites for private individuals and corporate clients. They will hold six auctions in 2019 at Aston Villa FC as well as offering online auctions, selling properties nationally across the UK.

Is Assay Lofts Birmingham’s hottest new address?

Buyers are already signing up online for details of a new luxury Birmingham residential address which won’t even be launched until Easter 2019.

Demand for Assay Lofts, Elevate Property Group’s 32 apartment development in Charlotte Street which overlooks St Paul’s Square in one of Birmingham’s most sought-after locations, has been so strong the developers are expecting to sell out off-plan.

The scheme of one and two bedroom apartments has been designed by Birmingham practice Glenn Howells Architects and is Elevate Property Group’s fourth development in The Jewellery Quarter and tenth development deal in the city.

It is scheduled for completion in August 2019 but with demand for more information so strong, Elevate has released the latest CGIs indicating how the £3.9 million scheme will look when completed by contractors NM Group.

Elevate’s sales and marketing director David Hofton said: “Assay Lofts will be a flawless fusion of heritage and 21st Century style at the heart of Birmingham’s resurgent Jewellery Quarter.

“It is proving very popular with young professionals as it is only a few minutes’ walk away from the city’s leading accountants, lawyers and other professional firms.”

Prices range from £215,000-£270,000 for the one bedroom apartments and £325,000-£355,000 for the two bedroom apartments. Duplexes are available from £390,000-£490,000 and the price for penthouse apartment is available on application to Elevate Property Group.

Assay Lofts is being constructed on part of the site of former Assay Office which was based there from 1878 but moved to a purpose-built new home on the other side of The Jewellery Quarter in 2015.

The news of Assay Lofts’ popularity follows on from the success of Elevate Property Group’s latest completed development in Birmingham’s “West End”.

Buyers have already moved into Tennant Street Lofts with one buyer commenting: “The finish is first rate, the quality of the fixtures and fittings is outstanding. It is obvious that it has been designed and built with people who care about building exceptional homes.”

Elevate Property Group is already known for its quality developments in Birmingham, including Concord House, Queensway House, St Paul’s House and Honduras Wharf, unique developments of townhouses, apartments and penthouses.

Developments in Birmingham currently completed or underway include Tennant Street Lofts in West Side, Assay Lofts in the Jewellery Quarter, the recently-approved Cliveland Street development and a site in Camden Street – part of an ongoing development programme in which Elevate has secured sites and has plans in preparation for another 250 new homes around the city.

Elevate Property Group currently has nationwide interests in 1,300 plots with a gross development value in excess of £330 million.

For further details of Assay Lofts, contact sales@elevatepropertygroup.co.uk or call David Hofton on 0121 272 5729.

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For further information, please contact:

David Hofton, Sales and Marketing Director,
Elevate Property Group, St Pauls House, St Pauls Square, Birmingham B3 1RB
0121 272 5729

http://www.elevatepropertygroup.co.uk

http://www.facebook.com/elevatepropertygroupuk

http://instagram.com/elevatepropertygroup

Editors’ Notes

Elevate Property Group creates exceptional architectural spaces.
Prepared and issued by Andy Skinner of ASAP PR – 01789 490786 or 07990 978257.

Shopping boost for Walsall as REI lets former BHS store

Real Estate Investors, the Birmingham-based property investment company, has signed a deal that will draw more shoppers into Walsall.

Retail Multiples (Walsall) Ltd has taken the 35,000 sq ft former BHS store on Park Street which has been vacant since the demise of BHS in August 2016.

Retail Multiples has signed a new lease from January 2019 for 20 years and plans to convert the unit into an indoor shopping centre with approximately 35 tenants.

On the busy shopping parade of Park Street, Retail Multiples (Walsall) Ltd join neighbouring occupiers including Superdrug, Waterstones and Foot Asylum.

Jack Sears, asset manager at REI, said: “This is great news for Walsall shoppers and is bound to create significant footfall for Park Street. It’s also great news for REI as the property had been vacant for some time and we are pleased to have signed up Retail Multiples (Walsall) Ltd.”

Donna Barnes of law firm Shakespeare Martineau acted for REI and Retail Multiples (Walsall) Ltd were advised by Alun Price at Morgan La Roche.

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For further information, please contact:

Jack Sears, Asset Manager,
Real Estate Investors plc, 2nd Floor, 75/77 Colmore Row, Birmingham B3 2AP

0121 212 3446

www.reiplc.com

Prepared and issued by Andy Skinner of ASAP, 01789 490786, mobile, 07990 978257

About Real Estate Investors Plc

Real Estate Investors Plc (REI Plc) is a publicly quoted, internally managed property investment company and REIT with a portfolio of 1.5 million sq ft of commercial property, managed by a highly-experienced property team with over 100 years of combined experience of operating in the Midlands property market across all sectors.

The Company’s strategy is to invest in well located, real estate assets in the established and proven markets of central Birmingham and the Midlands, with income and capital growth potential, realisable through active portfolio management, refurbishment, change of use and lettings.  The portfolio has no material reliance on a single asset or occupier.

On 1st January 2015, the Company converted to a REIT.  Real Estate Investment Trusts are listed property investment companies or groups not liable to corporation tax on their rental income or capital gains from their qualifying activities.

The Company aims to deliver capital growth and income enhancement from its assets, supporting a progressive dividend policy. Further information on the Company can be found at www.reiplc.com

Principle wins contract to look after luxury apartments in Sutton Coldfield

A highly desirable development of luxury apartments in Sutton Coldfield is to be looked after by Principle Estate Management.

Roman Place contains 13 apartments in Burnett Road in the much sought-after Streetly village, just off Thornhill Road and adjacent to the famous Sutton Park.

Principle was appointed after the directors of the Roman Place residents’ management company began to feel that their previous managing agent had become far too big and impersonal and was unsuited to a small development like theirs.

Malcolm Crossman, a retired civil engineer and a director of Roman Place, said: “We were becoming increasingly frustrated at delays in actioning relatively straightforward matters, particularly financial reimbursements. This was compounded by the frequent changes to personnel making it difficult to forge meaningful working relationships with some areas of the organisation.

“We have a good relationship with many of our contractors who are generally running small businesses. It was, therefore important to the directors that those relationships were maintained and potentially enhanced by, among other things, making sure that contractors were paid promptly and efficiently.”

Roman Place was built around 2000 by Crosby Homes, and Mr Crossman is one of four directors of the residents’ management company.

He added: “We are very hands-on and selected Principle as we knew we could have a good relationship with the directors.”

Brett Williams, managing director at Principle, said: “It’s great to have resident management companies in our portfolio as the directors sit as both our clients and our customers in direct receipt of the service we provide.

“It keeps us in touch with what really matters to residents in buildings that we manage.

“Our role is to help directors who normally don’t have a property background and to ensure the building is properly managed, so they don’t need to worry about things.

“A lot of what we do is quite invisible when it’s done well. In its simplest, we collect money from the apartment owners and pay it to suppliers; but a lot of hard work happens in-between the start and finish of the process.”

Mr Williams added: “It’s important to keep our resident management company directors up to date on all action points and that’s what we’ve set out to do at Principle.”

Principle Estate Management was launched last year by Mr Williams, the former head of residential property management at CPBigwood in Birmingham and an experienced chartered surveyor.

The company is based at Cornwall House in Lionel Street, Birmingham, and offers a national property management service.

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For further information please contact:

Brett Williams, Principle Estate Management LLP, Cornwall House, Lionel Street, Birmingham B3 1AP

Tel: 07954 078711 / 0121 289 4315

Email: BWilliams@PrincipleEstate.co.uk

www.PrincipleEstate.co.uk

https://www.linkedin.com/company/principle-estate-management/
https://www.facebook.com/PrincipleEstateManagement/

Editors’ notes:

Principle is a customer-focused managing agent providing a transparent property management service to the highest standards nationwide. Principle Estate Management is a new venture based in Birmingham and led by experienced chartered surveyors. The business was born out of a passion for “doing it right” through a director-led, friendly approach combined with robust systems that maximize efficiency. Principle Estate Management provides a service that we believe sets the aspirational standard for other agents. We manage modern apartment buildings, traditional blocks of flats, mixed use developments, private housing estates and private rented sector (PRS) or build to rent (BTR) developments as well as portfolios of rented properties for residential or commercial landlords.