We pride ourselves on getting to the heart of block management issues quickly and efficiently.
Read a selection of our case studies and how we have achieved a successful conclusion for our many clients.
When your accountant isn’t a service charge accountant
Southfield Park, Oxford is a development of 58 flats which had operated under a hybrid-management...
The Right to Manage is not always the answer
Shotover Mound is a development of 18 flats in Oxford built in 2008 and has...
Fifteen years of neglect put right in five years
Roebuck Court is based in Didcot, Oxfordshire and is a mixed tenure development of 118...
National property developer called to account
Quaker’s Court in Abingdon is a mixed development of 67 leasehold and 8 freehold properties....
Gaining the Right to Manage
Priory Court is a mixed tenure development of 15 flats and 4 freehold houses with...
Leaseholders benefit through switching to local agent
Olney Court is a block of 10 flats based in central Oxford and built in...
Lease length leaves leaseholders low
Dilwyn Court is a development of 24 flats based in high Wycombe....
Big reserves and big projects
Cedar Court is a development of 12 high end flats on a prestigious Road in...
Our managing agent isn’t a managing agent
Beauchamp Place is a development of 52 flats based in Oxford with an active management...
Rubbish wrangles rectified
Barclay House is a development of 18 flats in Summertown, Oxford which includes a Marks...
The undoing of a managing agent written into the lease
St. George’s Park is a mixed tenure development of 172 properties, a combination of new...
The Malthouse – Henley on Thames
The Malthouse is a high-end development of 11 flats (The Malthouse, a grade II listed...