Leading property developer Bellway has appointed SDL Bigwood to manage five housing schemes in the West Midlands.
As part of the deal, SDL Bigwood, a multi-disciplined property consultancy, will work closely with Bellway to set realistic service charge budgets in order to enable the schemes to run efficiently. SDL Bigwood will also devise management strategies to comply with best practice and ensure compliance with any planning requirements.
The estate management team will lead operations at; Digby Court in Chelmsley Wood, The Alders in Wolverhampton, Arden Heights in Coleshill, St James Mews in Dudley, and Keepers Lock in Kidderminster.
SDL Bigwood executive partner Brett Williams said:
“Bellway is a hugely respected housing developer and we are pleased to be offering our property management services in order to drive these developments forward. The West Midlands region has seen a lot of regeneration recently and we’re looking forward to being part of the next stage.
“Securing these contracts is great news for SDL Bigwood and shows that we are more than capable of handling substantial contracts. We can’t wait to get started.”
David Hooper, finance director at Bellway said:
“SDL Bigwood’s ability to take on large contracts is to be commended and we are delighted that they have extended their offering across these five housing developments. SDL Bigwood’s proven track record of achieving exceptional results was a driving force behind securing this decision and we’re looking forward to drawing on the team’s vast expertise in the coming months.”
Across the UK, SDL Bigwood manages 30,000 individual units in developments ranging from small individual blocks to large estates, comprising many hundreds of homes.