Major national freeholder, Regis Group, has appointed Principle Estate Management to look after a set of luxury apartments at a prestige property conversion in a historic Bristol market town.
The contract to manage The Old Post Office on Horse Street, Chipping Sodbury, near Bristol, has come from Pier Management, the asset management subsidiary of the national freeholder Regis Group.
Daniel Harrison, managing director of Pier Management, said: “We are happy with Principle’sPrinciple’s performance on our existing portfolio, so it made perfect sense to discuss Horse Street with them.
“We have high standards for our property management as we take our responsibilities as freeholder very seriously.
“We therefore like owner-managed businesses like Principle, where our instructions matter to them.”
The new instruction comes after Pier Management purchased the property’s freehold, and the existing agent was not on its panel of approved agents.
Principle was already looking after a national portfolio for Pier including several properties in the Bristol area and was asked to take on The Old Post office with immediate effect on completion.
Commenting on the decision, Adam Jones, the new Business Integration Manager at Principle, said: “We were pleased to be asked to take over this property at short notice.
“Our experienced Integration Team quickly contacted the previous agent and was able to get our Qube computer system records set up and introduction letters quickly issued to all leaseholders.
“We followed on with a full review of all compliance, contractors, property management, legal and finance information.
“By having a specialist team overseeing new instructions it allows the allocated property manager for each site to spend time communicating with our new customers and scheduling all property management items.”