Pennycuick Collins locks in new block residential scheme
August 14th 2019
Our award winning block management team has been appointed to manage a prestigious residential scheme in the Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham.
81 Camden Village in the Jewellery Quarter was signed over to our Residential Service Charge team on 13 August and it will be block managing the premises on behalf of its residents. The scheme was converted into apartments in 2006 by Sapcote Developments and comprises 38 private, residential apartments.
Commenting on the new appointment, Lyndsey Cannon-Leach, director of Residential Service Charge, said:
“We are thrilled to have been appointed Camden Village, expanding our list of block managed residential properties in the Midlands area. We currently already manage over 5,500 units at 155 schemes in the West Midlands, which are supported by our committed service charge team offering a hands-on, highly personable service to residents on a day to day basis. We’re looking forward to working with Camden Street Management Company going forward.”
Wendy Dixon, director of the residents’ management company, Camden Street Management Company, also commented:
“Pennycuick Collins demonstrated its commitment and invaluable knowledge of working with tenants living in block residencies. We are delighted to be working with Lyndsey and the service charge team in the upcoming months, and we are looking forward to seeing some positive results in the interim.”
Our service charge portfolio has grown considerably throughout 2019 already, welcoming other block management schemes including Peel Heights in Tamworth and The Old Library in Stourbridge. We were also recently awarded the Residential Managing Agent award at the Insider Residential Property Awards in June this year, as well as the Major Works Project of the Year award at the ARMA ACE Awards in London.