Block Management Broxbourne

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Management is about the minutia done well. It takes a team across a range of disciplines to deal with the multiple facets of block and estate management: politics, building pathology, finance, legal knowhow and of course customer service too.

At Ringley we believe in joined up thinking and commit to signpost Clients on all things property - even if outside our day-to-day management remit

Our true business is building relationships with our people. Our people really know that they can make a difference to our residents. We match our people to what each site needs to be achieved, with you in mind. We lead the market in transparency and focusing on risk, cash, repairs and place making, usually in that order.

We are not shy of hard work and believe our ability to get stuck in and find solutions that sets us apart. We are innovative to the core and committed to implementing good ideas in pursuit of 5* service.

Being who we are would be impossible without our passionately committed people, whose qualifications we sponsor and who we support professionally to be the best they can be, as achieving a national training award and our Silver IIP status confirms.

History of Broxbourne

Broxbourne is a town in Hertfordshire, and is situated 17.3 miles north of central London. The town is near the River Lea, which forms the boundary with Essex. The name Broxbourne is thought to originate from the Old English words "brocc" and "burna", which mean "Badger stream". During the reign of King William I, "The Conqueror", (r. 1066-1087), the Domesday Book, published in 1086, shows the Manor of Broxbourne as "Brochtsborne". The manor was held in the time of Edward the Confessor, (r. 1042-1066), by Stigand, the Archbishop of Canterbury. However, it passed into Norman hands, following the Conquest of 1066.
King John, (r. 1199-1216), granted the manor to the Knights Hospitallers, a medieval and early modern Catholic military order. They held the manor until the Dissolution of the Monasteries, (1536-1541). King Henry VIII, (r. 1509-1547), cut off from the Roman Catholic Church in Rome and declared himself Head of the Church of England. He ruthlessly destroyed the monastic system, to reap its wealth and to suppress political opposition. Around 200 dissenters who refused dissolution, were mercilessly executed by the king.
In the 15th century, the parish chruch of St. Augustine at Broxbourne, was entirely rebuilt. However, a 12th century Purbeck marble font survives. The interior retains monuments and brasses dating from the 15th to the 19th centuries. The tower has a belfry with eight bells, three of which date from 1615. 
In 1613, the New River was constructed to pass through the centre of the town. It was essential, to supply London with fresh drinking water. The water was first sourced from Chadwell and Amwell Springs near Ware in Hertfordshire.  Later, the local River Lea was a source for the water supply. 
In 1840, in the early Victorian period, the first railway station at Broxbourne, was opened on the Northern and Eastern Railway. The railway station we know today, is on National Rail. As a building of architectural and historic interest, the station is now a Grade II listed building. 
In 1845, James Pulham and Son opened a terra cotta works. This specialised in creating beautiful artificial landscapes, with rockeries, grottos and water features. The Pulhams produced work for at least 170 sites around the UK, including public parks and gardens and large private gardens, for example Sandringham and Buckingham Palace. Although Pulham House was demolished in 1957, remnants that survive, include one of the six brick kilns and the horse-drawn puddling wheel that ground the terracotta, which are now Grade II listed.
In the 20th century, the area was used for gravel and sand extraction: this left numerous water-filled lakes. Several of these form part of the Lee Valley Regional Park.
Broxbourne is considered a pleasant place to live and retire. Residents have access to the second largest average combined size of parks, public gardens or playing fields, within a 0.6 mile radius. Not surprisingly, the town is ideal for commuters, who only have a short journey to make into London. 

New developments in Broxbourne

Hamptons have on offer Scholars Apartments, High Road, Broxbourne, Hertfordshire, EN10. This stunning new development is situated in the former grounds of The Broxbourne School. Residents have the benefit of this peaceful, tranquil location. The development consists of three, four and five bedroom houses and two bedroom apartments. The average for a three bedroom house is £559,995. 
There is a 10 year new build warranty; and all homes are finished to a high specification throughout. Three bedroom homes have two car parking spaces and a delightful gardens. The homes have double glazed windows, with chrome ironmongery. There is an external light to the entrance. Contemporary, stylish bathrooms and en-suites are marble tiled, with heated towel rails; fully fitted with Roca furniture, Grohe taps, Roca toilets and Hansgrohe showers; and there are cloakrooms. Kitchens are wooden floored, with integrated Siemens appliances, with soft close doors and drawers and quartz worktops. Bedrooms and living rooms are carpeted. Residents have the benefit of heatmister heating controls and light and power provided to garages.
The High Road is close at hand, with stores, restaurant and entertainment options. 
Scholars apartments is close to Broxbourne Recreation Ground, Sports Club and Golf Club. The River Lee Navigation is a short walk away. 
The nearest station is Broxbourne, National Rail, 0.6 miles away. Rye House, National Rail, is 2.3 miles away; and Cheshunt, National Rail, is 2.6 miles away. 
 

Reynolds Salter have on offer Station Road, Broxbourne, Hertfordshire, EN10. This is ideally located, in the heart of Broxbourne. Apartments in this development are light and spacious and presented to a high standard throughout. Residents have the benefit of allocated parking. The average for a one bedroom apartment is £239,500.
One bedroom apartments have a reception hall, fitted kitchen, lounge/dining room with Juliet balcony, double bedroom with fitted wardrobes and a bath/shower room. 
The development is close to all local amenities and shops. There are many country and river walks and bridleways. 
The nearest station is Broxbourne, National Rail, 0.3 miles away. Rye House, National Rail, is 1.9 miles away; and St. Margarets (Herts), is 3 miles away. 
 

What our CEO, Mary Anne Bowring, likes about Broxbourne

I suggested to my friend going on a cruise, with the Lee Valley Boat Centre. I'm so pleased we went. It was a great trip, and we enjoyed views along the River Lee. We had a lovely fish and chips, for lunch: even better!
 

Things to do in Liverpool Broxbourne

Lee Valley Boat Centre Ltd, Old Nazeing Road, Broxbourne, Hertfordshire, EN10, is ideal for people who wish to hire a boat. Small hire boats include electric boats, pedalos and row boats. Day boats are larger, and a skipper is provided, if booked in advance. All private and public cruises depart from private moorings at the Broxbourne Riverside, and travel through the scenic River Lee Valley Regional Park. These boats have a capacity of up to 50 passengers. A good range of food is provided, and one example is the "Fish and Chips" cruises. Alcoholic drinks and soft drinks are served. Other events include childrens' parties, corporate events and buffets.  
 


Broxbourne - Cultural Scene

The White Bear Pub, 95 High Road, Broxbourne, Hertfordshire, EN10, has been on the same site since around 1850. There is a strong Italian focus on food. There are plenty of starters and mains include pasta, pizza, chicken and meatballs. Drinks are lagers, beers, real ales, ciders, an impressive gin range and the best wines. Every Tuesday, any pizza and a pint is £10;  and every Wednesday, any pasta and a pint is £10. The pub also hosts televised sports and live music. 
 

Top 3 Block Management Companies in Broxbourne

Ringley Group – specialising in the block management of residential flats

Ringley Group – specialising in the block management of residential flats

Reynolds Salter - 25a High Road, Roxbourne EN10 7HX

William H Brown - 47 High Road,

Call Anthony James at Ringley for an initial chat

Anthony James

A Commercial Director - BSc (Eng) Hons KCA
Direct Dial: 020 4506 9030
Web: ringley.co.uk
Email: anthony.james@ringley.co.uk



Our Asset Management Team

The key to our success is our people

Kate

London Office

Head of Block Management - London

Nick Pratt

London Office

Head of Site Staff & Training

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Manchester, M4 5JJ
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