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 £3,274


Eldon Court
How did we do it?
Following our freehold purchase self managing was a struggle. We chose Ringley who set about analysing our completion statements and sorting out the remnants of no management. Ringley achieved a £3,274 saving on our insurance - that means we now have a competent agent for FREE.

Saved £1,400


Southern Place HA1 3QP
How did we do it?
We saved Southern Place £1,400 on knotweed treatment.

Saved £17,849

Worsley grange

Worsley Grange
How did we do it?
After taking this site over from another well known Agent we analysed rising water costs and current usage. We negotiated a back claim some 4 years and achieved a refund of £17,849.57.

Saved £850


St Christopher's Court
How did we do it?
As part of a re-tendering exercise we sought to find a 'local cleaner' to achieve best price. Re-tendering achieved an £850 annual saving.

Saved £1,760

Frias close

Friars Close - (Griggs Place)
How did we do it?
Window cleaning was a significant budget cost at £800 per quarter. We re-tendered and achieved £360 per quarter and an annual saving of £1,760.

Saved £3,000


Clive Court
How did we do it?
Clive Court exercised their Right to Manage, after growing concerns over escalating fees and very little transparency with the previous Managing Agent. The 1st saving Ringley delivered was almost £3,000 on the Buildings insurance.

Saved £2,200


Streatham Common North (21)
How did we do it?
When pigeon proofing for this awkward building with lots of nooks and crannies came in at £5,000 we knew that was too much for 20 people to afford. We worked hard to track down other solutions to traditional pigeon spikes and got the whole building treated for £2,800 + access.

Saved £67,000


Cunningham court
How did we do it?
Cunningham court How did we do it? After taking this site over from another well known Agent we analysed the service charges paid to the freeholder and brought proceedings on behalf of leaseholders resulting in a settlement under which the freeholder repaid £67,000 in respect of 5 years service charges

Saved £298,000


How did we do it?
Ringley inherited rather a lot when this RTM took over; the Portman Estate was part way through trying to either dispossess the headlessee or to require them to immediately effect over £2M works to windows, roof, rainwater goods, decorations.... What hurt lessees the most is that there were only 9 years left on their leases. Ringley reviewed every aspect of the schedule of works and what was 'reasonable repairs' bearing in mind there were just 9 years left on the lease, and where replacement or renewal could not be defended. Through diligent research and careful procurement we managed to save the client just under £250,000 + Vat by specifying different methods/materials and repair not renewal where possible as well as sourcing an alternative window supplier.

Saved £7,000


21 Streatham Common North
How did we do it?
We took over this underfunded and un-maintained block with a staggering £7,000 of service charge arrears that had been incorrectly billed and never collected by the previous managing agent who ended up footing the bill. In addition we successfully pursued £15,000 of aged arrears, which then went towards Major Works that were needed on the building. Streatham Common North is now well into the 2nd of 4 phases of Major Works and looks amazing!