Residential property consultancy Ringley Group has appointed a director to head up its operations in Wales.
Anthony Kingdon will be focused on driving Ringley Group’s presence in Wales and will report directly to Mary-Anne Bowring, the company’s group managing director and founder.
He will play a primary role in working across Ringley Group’s portfolio in Wales, including a 906-apartment right to manage (RTM) building in Cardiff Bay.
The building, known as The Century Wharf Estate, is managed by three RTM companies - one for each of the freeholds - representing the 906 apartments on Century Wharf Estate. He will also be looking after Ringley’s second RTM building, comprising 982 apartments in Cardiff Bay
In addition, Kingdon will also be responsible for looking after Ringley's build to rent operations in Cardiff.
He joins Ringley Group from Xenia Estates , a specialist student and residential block management company, where he was operations director for more than two years.
Mary-Anne Bowring, group managing director at Ringley, said: "Having recently signed up the largest right to manage block in the UK, Anthony will be responsible for working with new and existing clients to provide a high-quality level of service in all things property management."
Anthony Kingdon added: "I've been aware of Ringley Group for many years now having previously worked with Mary-Anne in one of my previous roles. I’m really excited to be working with the established team at Ringley going forward, and with their industry leading bespoke property management software.
"Their openness and transparent approach to block management services is excellent and I look forward to working with new and existing clients across the UK, mainly in Cardiff and Coventry."
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