As I am writing this, it’s July (already) and our clients are anxious to get major works started on site that were originally set to commence during the coronavirus lockdown. We’re here to help and we’ve pulled out all the stops to make it happen wherever possible. Fortunately, in most cases, our managing agent clients engaged us a good YEAR before the works were due on site so s20 notices have expired and the funds are in. But why so early?
The perfect recipe for anything – major works included – includes plenty of planning and allowing adequate time for matters to run their course and for unexpected events. The coronavirus was certainly unexpected and as a result, many of our clients’ larger projects have been pushed back to 2021. So there is even more reason to plan well ahead of projects you’d like on site next year.
Here is my checklist for planning a residential major works project:
As a property manager, you have a key role to play in the year leading up to a major works project. Page 1 of the recipe book for a perfect major works project is all about YOU!
To start planning your 2021 major works project, do not hesitate to contact me in Bristol (email below) if your project is in the West (including Bournemouth), or one of my senior colleagues: Matt Missenden or Chris Stansell in London; Zoe Walheim in Brighton if your project is southern based; or Andy Banister in Manchester if your project is in the North.
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