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Skip Removed With The Help Of Residents!
Removal of skip

The Challenge:
A skip had been left on site for the past 8-10 months. It was breeding rats, mosquitoes, flies, and inviting foxes. Thrown into it were baby nappies, beer bottles, clothes, plastic waste, and also ..

Hanover Court
Roof faults

The Challenge:
On this new build block called to investigate a leak we uncovered numerous roof faults. The construction of the roof was a flat liquid applied cold roof that had been incorrectly installed and lacked ..

Millharbour
Airtight buildings with district heating systems

The Challenge:
An all too common problem in our air tight buildings with district heating systems and great insulation is ‘overheating’ in the common parts. Ringley’s Building Engineering Team reduced the over..

Willaim Limited
Rooftop development

The Challenge:
Ringley were appointed to carry out a rooftop development feasibility study. Following are consideration of the site and buildings, initial designs and documents were brought forward for pre-app nego..

Phase 1 due on site 2016
Kensington Hall Gardens

The Challenge:
Kensington Hall Gardens is a Victorian Mansion Block comprising 70 flats over 5 entrances. Long term neglect and replacement boilers sucked all funds so the exterior had not been repaired or redecorat..

Hamilton Court Maida Vale Ltd
Delivering penthouses with minimum inconvenience

The Challenge:
Hamilton Court is a 5/6 storey 1930s block in Maida Vale. Ringley are engaged as Freeholder's Agent and Party Wall Surveyors to deliver rooftop penthouses with minimum inconvenience. The owners of ..

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Events

Freehold Purchase Seminar (6-14th Oct, 2006)
Leaseholders in small blocks of flats not only have the right to manage their own blocks, they are also able to collectively purchase the freehold, adding value to their homes.
Leasehold Extension Seminar (6-14th Oct, 2006)
Leases are getting shorter and loan to value rations are being affected. Lenders are relucant to lend on a short lease property. Subjects covered include: extending lease, tracking down a relucant or absent landlord and adding value to home.
The Right to Manage Seminar (6-14th Oct, 2006)
The freeholder would generally manage your block of flats at a cost to you. In 2002 it became possible for leaseholders to claim the right to manage their own blocks without having to prove fault in the feeholder or the managing agent. Find out more from Mary-Anne Bowring.