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Movers & shakers COMPANY RESTRUCTURE


MAINSTAY GROUP ANNOUNCES RESTRUCTURE


Mainstay Group has announced a restructuring plan aimed at improving service delivery to its 40,000 customers. For almost 15 years Mainstay's customers and business partners have become familiar with the principal group companies including Mainstay Residential, Mainstay Commercial, and Mainstay Facilities Management. Now the company is to create two block management divisions which will divide the portfolio based on their specific customer service and technical requirements.


APPOINTMENTS NEW STARTERS AT PENNYCUICK COLLINS


Midlands and South West, working for both corporate and independent agencies. The residential service charge team has welcomed Yvonne Owen as a property administrator.


Yvonne has gained a wealth of knowledge and experience in property related matters from her previous role supporting property investors in London. Thomas Henlan also joins as a building surveyor in the building consultancy department. Thomas spent four years working within Birmingham City Council's urban design department while studying at university and is a member of the Chartered Institute of Building.


(Left to right) Stephen Haigh, Yvonne Owen and Thomas Henlen


Birmingham-based chartered surveyors Pennycuick Collins has welcomed several new team members to departments across the


practice. Stephen Haigh has joined as residential sales manager, and has 15 years' experience in residential sales throughout the


Peter Dening, Partner at Pennycuick Collins said: “we are delighted to welcome Stephen, Yvonne and Thomas who will no doubt be valuable assets to our growing team here at Pennycuick Collins.”


TAYLOR & EMMETT BUILDS ON PROPERTY MANAGEMENT TEAM APPOINTMENTS


Taylor & Emmet LLP is expanding its property management team to strengthen the legal services it offers to clients across the UK.


The Sheffield-based firm is welcoming solicitor, Brian Fowler, to its property department to meet growing demand from landlords, management companies and leaseholders.


Brian has ten years experience in the leasehold sector, working previously at one of the Midlands' largest law firms, where he focused on dispute resolution.


He has a particular interest in property litigation, having handled matters involving rating issues, service charge disputes and breaches of covenants.


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(Left to right) Taylor&Emmet's property litigation experts, Rob Cooke and Cassandra Zanelli, welcome Brian Fowler to the team.


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Paul Crook, Chief Executive of Mainstay Group commented: "With geographic growth in all parts of our portfolio, and diversification of services in all facets of our business, it is important that we have an operating structure in place that focuses on the customer, providing exemplary customer service and at the same time addressing the current and future challenges in the dynamic residential property management market."


With effect from 1 January 2015 the company's operational structure will start to focus specifically on market segments, providing integrated property management solutions to the larger more complex urban developments via a new branded business unit, and separately, offering traditional residential property management via regional business


units. Mainstay's private rented residential portfolio management business unit is set for expansion and the facilities management business unit will continue to diversify and support the wider business. Mainstay expects the changes to be in place by April 2015.


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