Independent property consultants Pennycuick Collins have been appointed to manage one of Wolverhampton’s most sought after residential developments. The Southbank apartment scheme in Albion Street was built by Redrow in 2006 and is made up of 223 apartments, largely in newly built facilities but also in a historic converted former mill. Pennycuick Collins took part in a competitive tender process to secure the instruction.
Speaking about the appointment, the directors of Southbank Management Company Limited said:
“We were unanimous in our choice of Pennycuick Collins for this mandate, and we have been impressed by their dedication and professionalism throughout the appointment process.”
Lyndsey Cannon-Leach, partner in charge of Residential Property Management at Pennycuick Collins said:
“Southbank is a really important instruction for us, and our early priorities are to make sure that the day-to-day operational aspects of managing this development run efficiently and smoothly. At the core of this will be a regular on-site presence and communications with the people living here so that we can understand any concerns or suggestions they have.”
Dale Jones, an associate partner in the residential management team at Pennycuick Collins added:
“Southbank’s canal side setting and access to the city centre, and public transport have made this an extremely popular place to live. We look forward to working with the residents to deliver the very high standards they expect having chosen this prestigious address in Wolverhampton.”
Pennycuick Collins’ residential management team has grown significantly over the last two years following a number of high profile new instructions and a recent recruitment drive which has expanded the team to 15 people working exclusively in residential property management.