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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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Streatham Common
How did we do it?
This Right to Manage company was in a bit of an accounting pickle when we took them over including 'missing money' and a dispute with the former agent. Legal action undertaken by Ringley Legal, our Solicitors practice against JJ Homes yielded £6,462 + costs.

Camden Road
How did we do it?
Post claiming the right to manage we helped this block reduce its insurance premium from £3,888 to £1,067 - a whopping £2,821 saved. That is more than the cost of our fee.

St Dunstans Canterbury
How did we do it?
£10,626 which rightfully was due to St Dunstan's Canterbury had been lurking on the balance sheet unaddressed for many years prior to Ringley being appointed. Ringley set about obtaining proof that this was in fact an EDF refund that Peverel or FirstPort as they are now called were sitting on.

How did we do it?
Ringley took over Stourcliffe from D&G when owners were faced with spiraling service charge costs and threats from the Portman Estate over dis-repair. Ringley reduced the day-to-day service charge cost by over 20% - £59,151 by reviewing all contracts and re-tendering.

Cunningham Court
How did we do it?
Ridding this block of an expensive Freeholder's Agent saw their management fees reduce by £12,935 per annum, a woppng £404 per flat.

Cunningham Court
How did we do it?
£6,856 was saved on insurance by Ringley once the residents RTM took over the building thereby enabling them to stand in the shoes of the Freeholder and place insurance.

Cunningham Court
How did we do it?
Ringley negotiated that TUPE did not apply. The porter previously served 2 blocks and we argued that as his staff facilities were in the other block that TUPE did not apply on either a full time or part time basis.

How did we do it?
When 3 experts recommended mechanical cooling to deal with common parts temperatures of 32.3 degrees celcius Ringley introduced passive ventilation techniques.

Temperatures have reduced by up to 6.8 degrees celcius, £128,000 was saved against mechanical options, with no expensive plant to maintain.

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