The West Midlands’ leading property expert, Centrick, has successfully secured four new estate management instructions: St Martins Place, Axium, Jupiter 4 and I-land. With a total of 7,941,022 residential units falling under its management, these latest appointments see Centrick further expand its Building & Estate management portfolio within the region following a suite of successes during the past 12 months.
Ideally situated within the city centre, all three developments boast excellent transport links for commuters as well as convenient access to a host of Birmingham’s best retail, leisure and hospitality destinations. What’s more, St Martins Place, The Axium and Jupiter 4 also boast extensive on-site concierge services.
Commenting on the new instructions, Centrick’s Building & Estate Management Director, Sarah Hammond said:
“We’re really pleased to be working in partnership with St Martins Place, Jupiter 4, Axium and I-Land and to be providing each development with our signature expertise. Our Building & Estate management team are committed to providing exceptional service and we are continuing to actively invest in both our team and technology to deliver effortless and consistent results.
Birmingham continues to be a key area for development within the Midlands, and we’re looking forward to growing our presence in the coming weeks and months.”
Centrick provides estate management services for developments of all sizes across the UK – including residential and mixed-use projects – ensuring residents within these development areas enjoy peaceful and secure living.
Ensuring its experienced team delivers exceptional service, the residential property experts are ARMA accredited and committed to its membership of key industry bodies, thereby establishing themselves as trusted advisors with regard to new laws and regulations to building and fire safety – ensuring its estate management projects can run smoothly and prioritise the clients’ needs.
Overall, Centrick is the chosen Building & Estate Managers for 260+ UK developments in Liverpool, Manchester, Leeds, Birmingham and the South, managing over £1.5bn in client assets and boast an unrivalled client retention rate of over 98%.
Commenting on the company’s new partnerships, Phil Johns, Group Managing Director added:
“I am delighted with this recent flurry of instructions and feel honoured to be responsible for such flagship buildings within Birmingham. We are committed to providing our clients with transparent and efficient day-to-day expertise: currently, our dedicated Building & Estate Management team seamlessly support more than 12,000 customers’ homes in the UK and we have a secured pipeline that means this figure will rise to 14,000 by the end of 2021 due to high demand. I am incredibly proud of what the team are achieving and very excited for the future.”
After heavily investing in its Building & Estate Management team during 2020, Centrick has moved from strength to strength. In the past 12 months alone, Centrick’s Building & Estate Management team has expanded from 29 roles to 42 to help meet current and future demand from clients and also welcomed Sarah Hammond as Building & Estate Management Director.