Block Management Streatham
As a specialist Block Management Company we are operating in Streatham.
History of Streatham
Streatham is an extensive south London suburb, which reaches southwards, from Brixton to Norbury. The Domesday Book, 1086, written in the reign of King William I, William The Conqueror, shows Streatham first recorded as Estreham. The name refers to "street ham", a small settlement beside the Roman Road. St. Leonard's church achieved its own parish in 1291, and was rebuilt in the 14th century. Since then, it has been almost totally rebuilt again.
From the mid 19th century onwards, there was a significant development of railway stations. This led to full suburbanisation, especially from 1880 to 1914. At this time the original parish's cottages, mansions and fields were replaced by a series of estates. The High Road and Streatham Hill became a major shopping centre. After the First World War, it became an entertainment area also. The Astoria Cinema, now known as the Odeon, opened in 1930. Then in 1934 the Streatham Baths and Ice Rink were opened. These are now known as Streatham Ice and Leisure Centre.
New developments in Streatham
Located in one of South West London's property hotspots, Springfield Place will offer a collection of one, two and three bedroom apartments and houses.
The development will form part of an exciting new residential village linking Tooting Bec with Earlsfield which will include a new 32 hectare park, shops and cafes, a public square, listed historic buildings and facilities for a new primary school.
With a range of new properties to choose from, a fantastic range of local amenities and excellent transport links - Tooting Bec, Wandsworth Common and Earlsfield tube stations are all within easy walking distance - discover your southern lifestyle -West London at Springfield Place.
Thomas Hardy Mews - Streatham
Thomas Hardy Mews is a brand new gated development. Offers spacious 1 and 2 bedroom apartments - Available with Buyer's Guide!
1 bedroom apartments from £465,000
2 bedroom apartments from £585,000
Each apartment has floor to ceiling windows and is fully electric, providing luxurious and stylish living. The kitchens are simple and elegant. Villeroy & Boch bathroom, fully tiled and with chrome towel radiators. Engineered parquet entirely manufactured by KAHRS. Other features include mechanical ventilation, Velfac double glazed doors and windows, car parks (with electric charging stations) and facilities for Sky TV.
The area has become one of London's liveliest and most culturally diverse areas. Streatham has large green spaces and three train stations, making it quick to get to central London. Streatham has also recently seen an increase in private investment which has led to the opening of many bars, restaurants and shops in the area.
What our CEO, Mary Anne Bowring, likes about Streatham
I must say I do like Hillside Gardens and Palace Road Nature Garden located between Hillside Road and Kingsmead Road, within the Tulse Hill and Streatham Hill area. It is much used by the local community, and the park is ideal for walking, including dogs, picnics, and gardening.
The park has the benefit of four tennis courts, two multi use gym games area for football and basketball, a kids play area, a table tennis table, an outdoor gym, and a mini allotment site. There is a one o'clock club, which provides childcare for toddlers.
Things to do in Streatham
Hood Streatham, 67 Streatham Hill, London, SW2, offers locally sourced, seasonal, modern British food, with locally brewed beers and European wines. There is a good range of food on the menu. Lunch, Wednesday - Friday, brunch, Saturday and Sunday, dinner, Thursday - Saturday evenings, and steak night on Wednesday nights. The drinks menu has a wide variety.
Streatham - Nature Scene
Streatham Common, in the southern part of Streatham, is a large pleasant open space, good for walking, celebrating, relaxing, sports and nature. There is a small car park located at the top of Streatham Common South. The park has a playground, a paddling pool, open in the summer, near the car park, a tennis court, and a cafe. There are three excellent pubs, all serving fantastic food, all with gardens: The Bull, The Mere Scribbler, and The Rabbit Hole.
Top 3 Block Management Companies in Streatham
Ringley Group – specialising in the block management of residential flats
Jacksons - 1-3 De Montfort Parade, Streatham High Rd, London SW16 1BU
Haart - 24 Streatham High Road, London SW16 1DB
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Pym Court, Cambridge
A development of 90 flats over 4 blocks. We have overseen remedial works to cladding areas, inadequate internal compartmentation. We are now dealing with other fire safety deficiencies.
Prospect Place, Cardiff
982 homes in Cardiff Bay. We have weighed up options for failed brick slips, compartmentation, fire doors. Building Safety application lodged, developer on site remediating cladding.
Avante Court, Kingston
86 homes in Kingston where the owners had no recourse to developers. A series of EGMs were used for compartmentation works and fire safety upgrades. Member’s contributions were used to raise monies fast.
Agar Grove, London
Acting for Freeholder on this development, beset by significant structural heave movement damage and water ingress problems. We are appointed as advisers, liaising with leaseholders.
Lime Tree Place, Witham
LIME TREE PLACE
99 Flat conversion suffered pressurised water supply failure, resulting in flood damage to over 50% of the apartments. Appointed as Contract Administrator, we have lead the strip out.
Langley Square, Dartford
728 homes, 4 RMCs and a host of compartmention woes leaving owners at a loss. We have worked with the developer to get professional experts fees paid and hundreds of thousands of pounds of remedial works done.
Client Fund Debtors
RFAS has cleared £763,3955 worth of debtors. Recoveries are as follows:Chauser Place-£17807.92-From ATLAS BMC Ltd ,King Regents Place-£16,972-British Gas,Heia Wharf Block C-£9,492-Ground Maintenance.
Fastest Service Charge
The Accounts has been circulated within 6 months and No Section 20B notice has been served - Northiam Management Limited as RFAS main objective is to issue the accounts within 6 months from financial.
5 Years of Accounts Cleaned
Due to diminishing lease, the freeholder expenses cannot be recovered. There was also a variance on each service charge, thus the accounts were unfinished. This year we shortened the accounting period.
Recovery of Arrears
Ringley Law was instructed on the recovery of service charge arrears totalling circa £53k from a commercial property spanning 3 units. We have successfully recovered majority of the arrears in excess of £42k.
Property Litigation Dispute
A litigated matter involving multiple disputes over the course of 4 years. A proactive approach was adopted and Ringley Law was successful in recovering £10k and continue to resolve remaining disputes.
Breach of Lease
A breach of lease matter was attended, as the owner refused to respond to communications from the Managing Agent. Ringley Law engaged with the owner. The breach was remedied within 24 hours.
Valuation for Secured lending purposes of £11.50m portfolio including shops, offices and residential. The instruction required inspection, measurement and valuation for seven properties.
Valuation for accounting purposes of £750,000 portfolio including shops and residential. The instruction required inspection, measurement and valuation for seven properties located around north London.
A Bank lending Valuation. The instruction required assessment of end values and development costs of a site with planning permission for 11 detached and semi-detached houses with underground parking.