Birmingham property management refers to the operational aspect of real estate consecrated to leasing, managing, marketing and maintenance of the commercial, industrial and residential property. Similar to the role of management in any industry, it involves the processes, systems, and workforce required to manage the life cycle of all acquired property.
The residential tower blocks in the UK have existed since Second World War. The first block – “The Lawn” was constructed in Essex in 1951 and is now a Grade II listed building. After a gap of 30 years, new high-rise flats have cropped up across the country for wealthy professionals rather than the earlier lower classes. To distinguish the contemporary from the classic, the developers market these properties by employing the term ‘apartment buildings.’ Upon the brick and mortar layout, these properties are glass and aluminium clad, and usually taller than their older counterparts. Provincial city centres like Belfast, Birmingham, Cardiff, Glasgow, Leeds, Liverpool, London, Manchester, and Newcastle are constantly witnessing the construction of these apartments. Continue reading