We are experts in residential property management and we specialise in managing private leasehold apartments and flats.
At Redbrick, we are proud of our personal service. We always consider the interests of both residents and freeholders, and in the event of any disputes we always aim to solve any issues to the mutual satisfaction of both parties.
Founded in 1920, Welwyn Garden City is located about 20 miles outside London in the Hertfordshire countryside. It is unique in that it is the only town in the UK designated as both a Garden City and a New Town.
Welwyn Garden City’s location – 26 minutes from London’s King’s Cross and a 20 minute drive from the M25 – makes it attractive to commuters and there are a good mix of properties available. The town is built on tree-lined boulevards around a neo-Georgian centre, with the more expensive properties found in the popular West Side development. There, detached and semi-detached cottages also built in the neo-Georgian style can fetch upwards of £900,000.
Meanwhile, homes on the Panshanger estate include many Span-style terraced properties built in the post-war period and popularised in the 1960s. Now thought of as modern classics of architectural design, Span homes were designed to seamlessly merge the outside with a property’s interior and to foster community with their shared gardens – an ethos perfectly in keeping with that of Ebenezer Howard, founder of the Garden City movement.
According to Rightmove, the average cost of a house in Welwyn Garden City last year was £388,084. This was a 4% increase on 2017 and 3% up on the 2016 level of £374,990. Most of the properties sold were terraced houses, which cost an average of £380,330.
Redbrick Management’s dedicated team have a combined 40 years of experience and a wealth of specialist skills and knowledge. We oversee a wide range of property maintenance tasks for multiple residential properties in and around Welwyn Garden City.
Together, we oversee the maintenance of developments across Welwyn Garden City – and beyond. We work with individuals and organisations including property developers, architects and solicitors in order to plan builds, draft leases, approve planning agreements and advise on budgets.
We also communicate extensively with residents of our developments at all stages of a build and provide the following services for freeholders:
1. Ground rent invoicing and collection
2. Freehold and lease extension negotiation
3. Advice on legislation including deeds of variation, planning permission and lease compliance
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