New development consultation
urbanbubble has a proud history of taking on developments that have needed TLC after incumbents have been poor at best, negligent at worse. Residential development has been non-existent since our founding in 2008 but this is changing and we’re now working with the majority of new schemes in Manchester and forging the way in the PRS market.
urbanbubble doesn’t just offer great management to the eventual owners and residents of the apartments. We also have the scale and experience of managing 6,000 City Centre apartments and can share with developers the lessons that can be learnt so that mistakes aren’t repeated and buildings are completed the best design and lowest costs.
The right spec from the start
We’re involved typically at pre-planning stage, working with your architects, cost consultants and design teams with the design to ensure demised, communal and estate spaces are thought through and overall costs kept down before construction has begun.
With expert knowledge of aspects of residential buildings that aren’t normally prioritised, such as storage, refuse management, access control, internal lighting and car park access, the team can help plan smarter systems that really make sense.
Adding value to your plans
Savvy investors and canny home buyers often check the ongoing service charges associated with living in a shared building and build them into their decision making process.
Just as important to remember, experienced apartment buyers realise that the wrong management company can bring new problems to new-build life in terms of bad service provision and lack of communication.
Our pre-completion consultancy comes free as part of the appointment to your development and whilst we believe it’s not rocket science, it has been seen to be invaluable to the 1100 apartments across 5 schemes we’re appointed to, completing in 2014 and beyond.
If you’re a developer and would like more information on what urbanbubble can do for your residential scheme, contact us here.
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