Value for money - to us this means more than just competitive tendering. Adding value is about using expertise and creativity to save or to set a strategic path to deliver an outcome. This page is dedicated to Ringley hero’s who have saved their Clients' money.

Saved £200,000

0285s

Eccleston Road
How did we do it?
We used cherry pickers (instead of having scaffolding) to gain access to the vast majority of 6 blocks, with the tallest block being 7 storeys above ground level. By using cherry pickers, we reduced the cost of access by £150,000 + fees + VAT = £200,000.

Saved £30,000

0228s

Lymington Court
How did we do it?
The developer's budget failed to match all allowable service charge items in the Housing Association transfer. We went back and collected 6 years extra expenses - some £30,000.

Saved £35,000

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Cuthberts
How did we do it?
We inherited this 4 flat block with 1 flat owing over 42K service charges which several previous Agents had failed to collect. Ringley Law settled the case delivering over 35K.

Saved £13,125

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Saxon Hall
How did we do it?
Wrongly billed electricity cost

Saved £23,732

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Saxon Hall
How did we do it?
Wrongly billed electricity cost

Saved £5,466

Narev Court
How did we do it?
<p>We have identified an incorrect billing by water company. Having reconcile the usage and liaising with the utility company, we secure the credit back.</p>

Saved £29,000

Preston Hall
How did we do it?
<p>There was a discovery by the insurance company that there was lightning conductors on the roof that were not connected and as such lightning strikes and the resultant damages were not to be covered by the insurance. A quote was obtained at &pound;23k+ VAT excluding project management fees and contingency for the complete removal of the lightning rods on the roof and the strapping across the building. With a lot of research and hard work it was discovered that there was no mention in the CDM files about the lightning conductors and the developer was not able to present the paperwork to show the risk had been assessed and was acceptable. As such the developer was given the opportunity to remove the rods and satisfy the requirement and safety guidelines or the costs of the works would be recharged to them.<br /><br />The developer agreed to instruct their own company and undertook the works and presented the certificates to show that the works had been completed and thus saving the site just over &pound;29k.</p>

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