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Value for money - to us this means more than just competitive tendering. Adding value is about using expertise and creativity to save or to set a strategic path to deliver an outcome. This page is dedicated to Ringley hero’s who have saved their Clients' money.

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Brussels Road
How did we do it?
We negotiated away a late filling penalty we inherited on handover from HMRC. The penalty was £ 1200. After number of letters & phone calls we managed to get the fine removed.

How did we do it?
In excess of £129,000 recovered in Autumn 2016 almost 50% of the long term debt inherited on this site including 2 seriously old debts at over £35K and £45K respectively.

How did we do it?
£37,787.20 savings made up of £9,435.31 and £25,531.89 from the developer for construction water and electricity use respectively. £1,500 towards the gates motor failures and £1,320 towards window cleaning not done before leaving site.

College Street
How did we do it?
The former accountant had expensed a utility company security deposit and therefore it had got lost at account transfer. We uncovered this and retrieved £4K for the Client, 4 years after this had got missed. A nice windfall.

Avante Court
How did we do it?
Built about 2002 this block of 100 flats was suffering from badly stained pigmented render due to the absence of coping stones to throw water clear. Our role was to cost the options of (1) cleaning (2) painting and to overcome expensive access issues.

Geneva Court
How did we do it?
We took over this bankrupt RTM company from Peverel with no cashflow, spiralling budgets and huge deficits. Within 3 months of handover through negotiations and building trust with owners we delivered sufficient cash to keep trading, and ring fenced the reserve funds so they were not robbed also.

Geneva Court
How did we do it?
Ringley worked closely with Genesis Housing to secure additional contributions to the service charge pot of £41,000 within the first 3 months of being appointed. Something that simply seemed beyond our previous Agent.

How did we do it?
We negotiated away a £510,000 gas bill relying on National Grid failings, a meter change/inadequate readings and dual billing with an nearby block. We argued the supplier had a duty of care not to allow a bill to become unreasonable and to adequately notify charges, both they failed to do.

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