Value, Convenience and a Unique Sensitivity to your needs


20/09/2012
by: Construction Magazine

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Value, Convenience and a Unique Sensitivity to your needs

Value, Convenience, and a Unique Sensitivity to Your Needs Providing property solutions to a wide range of clients, from small one-man operations to large development companies and high street banks, Ringley offers a combination of survey, valuation, property and facilities management facilities management services, as well as sales and lettings; a unique and diverse proposition for clients who refuse to compromise Established in 1997 and operating similarly, within the M25 boundary, Ringley offers a one-stop solution, employing 35 highly trained personnel across three divisions: estate agents, Professional Services, and Estates Management. Indeed, it is the quality of the company's staff that has made the difference, with a highly motivated, enthusiastic and talented team committed to maximising value for clients. It will come as no surprise, therefore, to discover that much of its work comes via repeat business, including such blue-chip names as NatWest, WESTON Homes, Transport For London, Nationwide Business Finance, and the Peabody Trust.

At the present time, much excitement revolves around the renovation of Palmer House, a group of four fine mansion blocks on the eastern side of Fortess Road in NW5. Forming an attractive and historic feature in the local area, they were originally built around 1860 and, in 1974, where grade II listed, reflecting their contribution to the heritage of this part of the capital. As part of the restoration works and the restoration of the fasade to its former historic appearance, Ringley has achieved the addition of 4 new apartments. These lofty apartments have created unusual but highly practical living space. The scheme was 3 years in planning and the planners rejected amenities such as enhancing the size of resident balconies, amenity space at roof level and a glass lift for the benefit of all to the rear of the block and a 20 space bicycle store. All aimed at delivering betterment to the 16 lessees below. The eventual flats are less exciting than intended but provide lofty space for young professionals.

For further information on Palmer House and other Ringley projects and services, telephone 020 7267 2900. Alternatively, visit the website at www.ringley.co.uk.


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