Job ID JO0000052238
LEASEHOLD BLOCK PROPERTY MANAGER, FAREHAM
This brand is an established property management company specialising in Leasehold, Block and Estate Management for many years. Operating throughout the country, they work with many regional and national developers.
The Property Manager is primarily responsible for the delivery of management services to a portfolio of residential and, where applicable, mixed-use buildings and estates. This role will be the direct interface with the Client/Freeholder and Leaseholders within their portfolio.
To develop and maintain a motivated and customer orientated service and ensure that service standards are achieved within Brand’s Property Management’s company policy, and that legislative and regulatory and best practice requirements are met.
The Property Manager may, in cases of a large portfolio, have an assistant property manager to work alongside them and should endeavour to develop the individual’s skills for succession management.
Responsibilities & Duties
Property Inspections and Maintenance: Inspections and Reports
Finance: Budgets and Client Accounts
Insurance: Building, Directors and Officers insurance
Meetings: EGMs, AGMs, Directors’ and Residents’ meetings
Correspondence and Administration
Breaches of the Lease
Property Sales (Assignment of the Lease)
Property Inspections and Maintenance:
Carry out periodic inspections of the property and prepare site reports for the client / landlord / residents’ committee / insurance company
Ensure compliance with Health & Safety Regulations and maintain accurate records of Risk Assessments, their dates and planned frequency for re-inspection. Record on the Data Station system and take action upon the findings of the Risk Assessments
Meet at the property with contractors to ensure the conditions of their contract are adhered to and inspect works after they have been carried out
Arrange for the maintenance of all areas which are common to all lessees under the terms of the lease
Arrange day to day items of repair and obtain two quotations for all works costing over £250 prior to the works being commenced (except in the case of emergency)
Arrange provision of additional items (signs, lights etc) required by the development) subject to the terms of the lease
Arrange maintenance of external and internal decorations
Arrange maintenance of plant and equipment
Arrange maintenance of lighting installations, including re-lamping
Monitor and maintain building management systems
Arrange maintenance of water features
Instruct other professionals (surveyors, engineers etc) as required and upon client instructions
Arrange car park management
Arrange refuse collection management
Arrange testing of lifting equipment and abseiling points
Arrange cleaning of all areas including facades
Arrange training of site staff
Arrange lightning conductor inspections
Arrange out of hours emergency repair service if agreed with client
Arrange periodic inspections of plant and machinery by competent persons
Prepare and keep up-to-date records of Planned Preventative Maintenance Schedules
Contact: Colin Williams
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