We manage your property as if it was our own.


An unusual approach perhaps but it makes perfect sense to us, to our clients and once we have explained what we mean by it, hopefully to you too. We put ourselves in your shoes and think about what, in an ideal world, we would want from a managing agent. As well as what we wouldn’t.

We would look for:

Concise reporting and clear recommendations, not incomplete records and suggestions
Good ongoing communication without difficulties in contacting us
Transparency of costs and fees, not poor, incomplete or incomprehensible reporting
A bespoke strategy for each block rather than a ‘one size fits all’ approach
Value for money on works carried out


Perhaps most importantly, from the day that London Block Management was established we put in place processes and procedures to ensure that we delivered against our promise. That’s why we have a diverse and growing portfolio of clients that spans new builds to listed buildings and ranges from blocks of just a few flats to developments of over 500 flats. Geographically we cover Greater London and the Home Counties.

At the heart of what we do is the fact that block management is a straightforward business. We believe that efficient and effective block management revolves around getting tasks done properly in a timely manner at the right price.

 

Latest News

  • Portfolio Manager Assistant
    July 19, 2018

    The Block Management Assistant is responsible for the day-to-day administrative side of the business working for a team of portfolio managers.

  • Portfolio Manager
    July 19, 2018

    The Portfolio Manager is responsible for the day-to-day management of their own portfolio of properties.

  • Health & Safety Assistant Vacancy
    July 19, 2018

    The Health & Safety Assistant will work closely with the Health and Safety Manager and Associate Director (Head of Compliance) to ensure that all aspects of Health and Safety

  • LBM Attend the Annual ARMA Conference
    October 18, 2017

    LBM attended the ARMA annual conference on 10th November – the UK’s largest residential leasehold conference.

  • Charity Tower-run completed
    March 15, 2017

    On 9th March five of LBM’s staff joined 1,100 others to take part in Vertical Rush and made it to the top of Tower 42, London’s first skyscraper…..

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