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newface at livingcitygroup


theLivingcityGroup–oneofthenorthWest’s leadingpropertyandassetmanagement companies–hasmadeanewappointmentto itsResidentialestatemanagementdivision. WendyWalkerjoinsthefirmasanestate


managerfromtheGuinnesspartnership whichisoneoftheuK’slargestaffordable housingandcareproviders.Hercoreroles andresponsibilitiesincludethedaytoday managementofthepropertiesandstaff withinLivingcity’sresidentialmanagement portfolioaswellasensuringoptimumservice deliverytobothclientsandpropertyowners. Headquarteredinmanchester,the


LivingcityGroupemploysover30headoffice basedstaffwithafurther100personnelwho areeitheronsiteorfieldbased.Aswellas itspropertyassetmanagementdivision,the companyalsooperatesanumberofother arms,including;LcBC–itsbuildingsurveying team–andtLCbyLcwhichoffersbespoke cleaningandmaintenanceservicesforboth commercialanddomesticclients.


Business deveLopment


Secondoffice plannedforringley


London-based propertymanagers Ringley are planning a second office in London’s Kentish Town, opposite their existingNW1 premises in Royal College Street. The business is expanding and Ringleyishoping to create 30 more jobs once the proposed new build project is completed. Thenew office will be part of a


mixed-use development,which includesnineluxuryflatswith office space on thegroundfloor. Ringleyiscurrently seeking planning approval fromthe London BoroughofCamdenfor the scheme,which should be completed by the end of 2014.


Thenew building will have thecapacityfor 50 staff,but no decision has been taken as to whichofRingley’s divisions (solicitors, estate agency, surveyors, engineers and property managers)willmovetothe new office once it is completed. Managing directorMaryanne


Bowring is very enthusiastic about thescheme, saying:“Wewantto createmore jobs, stay here and grow.Ringley have created60jobs andkick-startedthe regeneration of SouthKentish Town.Weare currentlykeeping fingers crossed that Camden Councilwillconsider the schemefavourably”.


AnniveRsARy


Sherrygreen appointmentforrmg


ResidentialManagementGroup (RMG)has just beenappointed by fledgling property developer, SherrygreenHomes,tomanage ‘The Link’ - a prestigious boutique- styledevelopmentlocated on City RoadinLondon. In additiontothe normal


responsibilities associated with beingaManagingAgent,RMG’s Customer ContactCentrein Northwichwillinitially operate as SherrygreenHomes’customer


Appointment newQSforBch


Specialist valuersof buildingsfor insurance purposes,Barrett Corp &HarringtonLtd (BCH)havecontinued to increase theirclient base and already in 2013 have takenonfive newsurveyors andanew administrator. Thelatest recruitisJoe Lehane


Ringley: purpose-built premisesplanned


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BScHonsMRICS,achartered quantity surveyor with extensive multisectorand projectand programmemanagement experience on contracts ranging from£100k to over £200min value. JoewillbetheNational


SurveyingManager and, aswell as handling hisowncaseload, will be


responsible forensuring best practice across the business. Director,Roger


Corp says“What differentiatesBCHfrom othersurveyors is that theprovision of insurance valuations is ourspeciality


andcorebusiness, it’s allwedo! In particular andasmanyreaders of Flat Living will know,wehave atailoredschemeinplace for blocks of flats andare supportedby manymanaging agents,insurers, brokersandRMC’sacrosstheUK. Joe’sextensive experience and technicalexpertise addsfurther strength to our team, to the benefit of allclients andstakeholders”.


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servicedepartmentand will be residents’ first pointofcontact for repair issues. SherrygreenHomes is part of


theMullalley Group,aprivately ownedconstructioncompanywith aturnoverinexcessof£150million perannum.Mullaleyhas previously actedin partnershipwithRegistered SocialLandlordsandLocal Authoritiesbut isnowoperating as developerSherrygreenHomestothe openresidentialmarket.


WendyWalker: new to Livingcity Group


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