Residential Land Company News Section

Autumn Statement 2016: No more lettings administration fees

In today’s Autumn Statement (23.11.2016), the chancellor, Philip Hammond has announced that lettings administration fees are to be banned ‘as soon as possible’.

At Residential Land, we pride ourselves on being a responsible landlord, therefore have taken it upon ourselves to act immediately on this and have cancelled all our administration fees ‘as of today’ (23.11.2016).

Autumn Statement 2016

Please be assured, this won’t affect any of our services to anyone looking to rent and/or our tenants. We take our responsibilities as a landlord very seriously. We employ an in-house team of lettings agents, building surveyors, property managers and maintenance experts. With a 24-hour helpline and on-site staff to answer questions during office hours, we are confident that renting a property from Residential Land will be an enjoyable and stress free experience.

Residential Land prides itself on being London’s largest private landlord and therefore has a vested interest in its buildings. This is just one of the reasons why we were voted Landlord of the Year.
We have properties all over central London in locations such as Mayfair, Chelsea, Kensington, Paddington, Victoria, Hammersmith, St Johns Wood and Marylebone.

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Residential Land makes a stand at two trade shows – RESI 2016 and MIPIM UK

Bruce Ritchie, Founder & CEO - Residential Land

As London’s largest private landlord, we are at the forefront of changing perceptions of the private rental market. In order to bring tenants first-class, professionally managed properties to rent in Central London, we continually look for new opportunities to acquire property and sell assets with the property industry’s most influential figureheads.

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Residential Land introduce RESI FEST in style at RESI 2016

Residential land once again headed back to the RESI Conference in Celtic Manor this week as Platinum Sponsors for the ninth year running! The theme for RESI 2016 is ‘housing the next generation’ – a challenge that’s been thrown into sharp relief by the EU Referendum in June.

On Tuesday 13th September, Bruce Ritchie, CEO of Residential Land spoke on a panel titled ‘The London Conundrum’ alongside Tony Pidgley CBE, Chairman, Berkeley Group; Robert Evans, Director, Argent; Mark Lebihan, COO, Hadley Property Group and it was chaired by Mark Easton, BBC Home Editor.

RESI 2016

Bruce Ritchie on ‘The London Conundrum’ panel

Other Key speakers at the event included, former Chancellor Lord Nigel Lawson, housing minister Gavin Barwell MP and London deputy mayor for housing James Murray who revealed how the government plans to deliver on its housing targets in these uncertain times.

RESIFEST

After the Gala Dinner, Residential Land sponsored and hosted RESI FEST, an after dinner party which included beer, cocktails and entertainment into the small hours of Wednesday morning. The entertainment included several tribute bands including Elton John, The Beatles, Queen, Abba and Madness. The party was a huge success and was one of the main talking points of the event.

Bruce Ritchie is on panel talking to students from Georgetown University

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Bruce Ritchie, CEO of Residential Land joined a panel discussion set up by The Georgetown University City Alliance and hosted at the Goldman Sachs’ Fleet Street offices in London. There were over 200 attendees consisting of Georgetown University students and private guests.

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Residential Land win Asset Manager of the Year at RESI Awards 2016

RESI 2016 - Asset manager of the year

The wait is over and it is official, Residential Land has been announced winners for ‘Asset Manager of the Year’ at RESI Awards 2016.

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Bruce Ritchie awarded Entrepreneur of the Year at “the PROPS” Awards 2016

Bruce Ritchie, CEO and founder of Residential Land was awarded Entrepreneur of the Year at “the PROPS” Awards 2016.

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Residential Land host the RESI Shortlist Party

On 28th April around 140 property professionals arrived at Residential Land’s Head Quarters in Mayfair for the RESI Awards 2016 shortlist party. This was attended by all of the finalists at this years event.

It was an fantastic evening, with the weather being kind, with much to celebrate for the residential property market.

Residential Land - Bruce Ritchie - RESI 2016

Residential Land is proud to be headline sponsors once again for the RESI Awards and are also presenting the award for ‘Deal of the Year’ on Wednesday 11th May at the Grosvenor House Hotel on Park Lane.

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Great success at the Lexham Gardens agent’s garden party

On Thursday 21st April, Residential Land hosted a garden party for local agents at 85 Lexham Gardens in Kensington, W8. The event gave agents the opportunity to walk around and view all of the apartments in this beautiful stucco fronted Kensington building.

The day was a huge success with over 150 agents attending throughout the day, eager to see what the apartments had to offer. The unpredictable British weather was kind on the day allowing the sun to shine out onto the manicured garden of apartment 1, letting everyone enjoy a glass or two of Pimms. Lexham Gardens

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Residential Land make final shortlist at RESI Awards 2016

Asset Manager of  The Year - RESI 2016

Residential Land is delighted to announce that they have been nominated  for Asset Manager of the Year at this years RESI Awards.

With a record number of entries this year, it is a fantastic achievement to make the shortlist with four other reputable companies.

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Residential Land at MIPIM 2016

Residential Land MIPIM

Residential Land is proud to be attending MIPIM again this year in Cannes, France from 15-18 March 2016. Join us aboard ARION, to speak with our acquisitions team about residential opportunities in prime central London.

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