Parkfords Property Management
1st Floor
Imperial House
25 North Street

t. 0845 1 210 210

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Parkfords Property Management is about…


“Raising the standards”

Parkfords Property Management has been specifically created to serve the residential block management industry with the intension of raising the standards of service, while ensuring service charge expenditure is kept to a minimum. Working alongside both landlord and tenants, Parkfords Property Management has been instructed by various freeholders ranging from individual landlord investors to some of the UK’s largest property investment companies. Our aim of raising the standards was established by the founding directors, who are themselves property investors that have struggled to find efficient and reliable block management services.


Due to the fact that we are purely focused on block management, Parkfords Property Management is able to manage your block without the distraction of attempting to combine other segments of the property market into our business, such as private lettings and sales, in order not to compromise our service to our clients. Parkfords Property Management directly employs its own caretakers, which not only lower the cost of the service charge, but also ensures we spend less time chasing sub-contractors that often don’t attend or rush to complete a job, knowing that it is unlikely the managing agent will ever have the opportunity to check the work.


Our dedicated office team all have previous backgrounds in the property sector ranging from property development, contracts management, maintenance coordination and book keeping. Parkfords Property Management is dedicated to bringing back the common sense to block management. Parkfords Property Management follows the RICS ‘code of practice’ in regards to what is best practice for block management, guidelines of which are used by the government when updating legislation.