Double success for Lyndsey Cannon-Leach

November 17th 2017

Lyndsey Cannon-Leach, head of Pennycuick Collins’ residential block management team, is celebrating two major achievements, as the team continues to go from strength to strength.

From November 15, Lyndsey has been elected to the Association of Residential Managing Agent’s (ARMA) national Council and will serve for a three year period.  ARMA is the leading trade association for residential managing agents in England & Wales and  promotes high standards of leasehold management and professionalism through advice, training and guidance.  The appointment follows a rigorous selection process and in her new role Lyndsey will help the strategic direction of ARMA as a business and membership organisation.

The appointment comes in the same month that Lyndsey has been announced as one of this year’s finalists in the News on the Block publication’s annual awards in the ‘Regional Property Manager of the Year’ category where she is shortlisted against candidates from across the UK.  The winners will be announced at the News on the Block Awards ceremony which takes place on 30 November at the prestigious Supernova venue on the Embankment in London.

Speaking about her accolades Lyndsey said:

“I am thrilled that my expertise has been acknowledged by ARMA and News on the Block. ARMA is recognised as being the leading authority on residential management and I am honoured to be able to contribute to supporting its members, also to promote the credibility that being an active member of ARMA provides. I am grateful to the team at Pennycuick Collins who have supported me throughout my 12 years at the firm and helped me with these achievements.”

Pennycuick Collins is an independent property consultancy with one of the largest residential property management teams in the West Midlands – 15 people are engaged exclusively in residential service charge and property management.  The team has won a number of new residential management mandates in 2017, including the 223 unit Southbank scheme in Albion Street, Wolverhampton, and the prestigious 40-unit Villiers House development in Leamington Spa.