Grant Sutton (left) and Michael Poole at Nicholsons Grove, where the timber cladding is in the process of being replaced. The black boarded section is the new cement-based replacement cladding.

Colchester leaseholders act to reduce fire risk from timber cladding

PMS helps flat owners in Colchester to act to reduce fire risks from decorative wooden cladding on their two and three-storey buildings by replacing it with Hardieplank©

The Burrows housing development in Earls Colne, Essex, managed by PMS Managing Estates

PMS Managing Estates secures new contracts despite Covid-19 challenges

We’re delighted to have secured a number of new contracts across Essex despite a challenging year interrupted by Covid-19 restrictions.

Tabor House Right To Manage Case Study for PMS Managing Estates Managing Agents in Essex

How PMS has helped us to exercise our Right to Manage our historic building

When the historic former grammar school building in Braintree was converted to 19 luxury one and two-bedroomed apartments, they proved popular with first-time buyers and people looking to downsize, including some former pupils.

Spa Heights in Clerkenwell, Managed by PMS Managing Estates

Managing a major portfolio of East London properties

Working with the Magri Group and leaseholders, the PMS team has scheduled essential work and planned maintenance for the five-storey Spa Heights premises in Clerkenwell which needed major remedial works.

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PMS Managing Estates chosen to support the Chesterwell development

When it comes to managing communal spaces on any large development, ensuring the funds are in place to carry out the work is vital.

It’s one of the important roles we undertake at PMS Managing Estates – and we’re particularly proud to be working with two of the most prestigious housebuilders in the Eastern region who are currently building more than 1600 homes on the Chesterwell development in north Colchester.

We were appointed to manage the amenity charge in 2018 by Mersea Homes and Countryside Properties, who were impressed by the services that we have built up as a Colchester-based managing agent over the past 32 years.

We are responsible for ensuring that all residents, whether in freehold houses or leasehold properties at Chesterwell, pay the annual amenity charge, which we hold in a special trust fund, from which contractors are paid for the work they undertake.

This includes managing each phase as it is built; Chesterwell will consist of woodland spaces,