Gateway Property Management is pleased to announce the opening of a new regional office, strategically located in Elland, West Yorkshire, to serve an ever-growing portfolio in the North of England. Expansion here will assist our growing team of local Property Managers in the region, providing valuable support for customers. The regional office will be supported by our Head Office team of experts, from accounts’ professionals to legal, facilities, surveying and insurance specialists.
The North remains a residential property hotspot and the number of units we look after continues to increase at pace. Nationwide, Gateway is committed to investing in the right solutions to best serve its clients and customers.
Gateway Property Management North Regional Office
South Lane Mills
Tel: 01422 378 374
All communication should be directed to our Head Office as usual.
The face of our Northern region: Kim Head, MIRPM, Associate Director
Kim Head joined Gateway at the beginning of 2018, bringing 25 years’ experience in property management to the business, including looking after large, purpose-built blocks and estates. A member of the Institute of Residential Property Management (MIRPM), Kim enjoys the relationship side of the industry most, building a strong rapport with clients and customers alike. This all comes down to good, ongoing communication, honesty and attention to detail explains Kim, who is busy establishing Gateway’s new regional office in the North of the country.
The wider property resources at Gateway include legal expertise. This is delivered in-house by our dedicated legal team for proactive, cost-effective help.
We’re able to support our clients with a range of legal issues, from all types of property management matters to advice on leases and lease structures, Right to Manage (RTM) and the purchase of freeholds.
Published on 12th March 2018
A look at residential land values: Savills highlights Manchester for leading growth
During 2017, urban land values rose 24% in Manchester, compared with the UK average of 4% growth, reports the global real estate services provider.
Savills’ research on ‘UK residential development land’, published in late January 2018, identifies strong house price growth in a relatively affordable market as a key reason behind Manchester’s leading position. The company points out that house prices increased by 8.6% (October 2016–October 2017), more than double the national average (4.2%). The number of land buyers bidding for residential sites across the city has also increased, including competitive offers from housing associations, not just PLCs.
Despite the ‘Beast from the East’ and heavy snowfall that hit the UK recently, we were fortunate enough to remain fully up and running. That’s all thanks to our dedicated people.
Getting to work proved a mission for many of our employees, including driving long distances, walking in and setting off early each crisp morning. Our Head Office, like so many businesses, seemed to be transported to Lapland for a few days. Thanks again to all who made it in and here’s to spring.