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Clients are on-board new service

Clients are on-board new service
April 20, 2016
All in Property clients are already reaping the benefits the company’s new risk management, health and safety and compliance consultancy. All in Consultancy, led by Amanda Luby, provides expert advice on a range of issues relating to health and safety and compliance affecting a range of sectors, while helping clients keep up-to-date with industry regulations. Amanda said: “So far we’ve already helped a number of clients meet industry regulations while ensuring full compliance and transparency. “The creation of All in Consultancy was a response to the needs of our clients, that require a certain level of support and clarity regarding

More qualifications for All in Property staff

More qualifications for All in Property staff
April 20, 2016
All in Property’s Agata Vigurs has completed the National Federation of Property Professionals (NFOPP) level 3 qualification in residential letting and property management. Accredited by the Association of Residential Lettings Agents (ARLA), the course spans six months and covers legal aspects, the housing act, health and safety, legislation, security, regulatory issues and management. The respected qualification means Agata, a property care team leader, has increased her existing knowledge and expertise relating to issues affecting residential letting and property management. Meanwhile, office supervisor Charlotte Saunders has embarked on an NVQ level 5 in leadership and management. The 18-month course covers business

Elizabeth joins the team

Elizabeth joins the team
April 20, 2016
All in Property has boosted its senior management team with the appointment of Elizabeth Wade as client services manager. In her new role, Elizabeth will oversee delivery of services, while driving efficiencies and process improvements throughout the business. Elizabeth, of North Yorkshire, joins All in Property from personal finance company Rockstead where she was operations manager and was tasked with helping to develop and grow the business. She previously spent 13 years as head of litigation and asset management at Kensington Mortgages, where she managed a team of five, working to ensure full adherence to the robust service level agreements.

All in Property launches risk management business

All in Property launches risk management business
November 23, 2015
Leading property management company All in Property has launched a new risk management, health and safety and compliance consultancy. Led by Amanda Luby, All in Consultancy will provide expert advice on a range of issues relating to health and safety and compliance. John Boardman, managing director of All in Property, says the creation of the new company is in response to clients’ needs, to enable them to keep up to date with regulations. John said: “Many of our clients working in the financial, legal and property management sectors report difficulties relating to ensuring compliance in industries in which health and

Property company’s Amanda is master of safety

Property company’s Amanda is master of safety
November 18, 2015
In support of the company’s commitment towards raising industry standards, All in Property’s operations manager Amanda Luby has achieved a Masters degree in safety and risk management. The qualification means she has gained an advanced level of specialist knowledge in relation to the health and safety issues affecting a range of sectors. Amanda, who is NEBOSH qualified, completed the degree through Strathclyde University’s distance learning programme, after achieving the Postgraduate Diploma in 2014. She joined All in Property in 2007 as an aftercare consultant, before progressing to operations manager. She also holds chartered membership of IOSH and is qualified to

Conducting a property inspection

Conducting a property inspection
October 14, 2015
An inspection is an extremely important tool used to check a property is being maintained and tenants are fulfilling the terms of a tenancy agreement. An inspection should be carried out at least once every three months, to make sure any maintenance issues are discovered in good time to prevent lasting or costly damage. Depending on the size of the building, an inspection may be done by one person or several. Protective clothing may be required depending upon the property’s condition or nature of its use. An inventory should be taken along, so that there is a reference point as

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