Block Management Projects

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The View, SW1

An exclusive 16 storey building in the heart of Victoria. The 129 apartments and penthouses are serviced by an excellent team of 6 full time concierge staff and has a special atmosphere of its own making it one of the most highly desirable buildings in London.

Aston Webb House

Developed as part of the iconic ‘More London’ project, Aston Webb House is a conversion of a period property previously designed by Sir Aston Webb in 1901. The property features a feature staircase set within an existing glazed galleried atrium and consists of 14 luxury apartments.

Mosaic Building

198 apartments with 5 commercial units that lies between the end of Branch Road and Narrow Street, well located for Limehouse DLR and Canary Wharf. 24/7 concierge service is provided. Lrm have managed this site since 2008 when it was in a negative financial position, the development now has a very healthy reserve fund and have a rolling programme of works including upgrade of all six lifts over the next 3 years.

Central St Giles

A block containing 56 high end apartments, forming part of a larger mixed used development in London’s West End. A fully staffed building providing 24/7 front of house cover. lrm have managed this block through from practical completion and handover from the developers 5 years ago and successfully managed it through its defects period. Owing to its location, the development is highly tenanted which can contribute towards an accelerated deterioration of common parts. lrm have successfully implemented an ongoing maintenance regime to ensure the standards of the common parts are kept to an exceptional standard.

St Bartholomew House

A collection of 17 high quality one, two, three bedroom apartments and penthouses created within St Bartholomew’s House, a Grade II listed building. A vibrant mixed used quarter in the historic heart of the City of London, the development was completed in 2016.

Royal Herbert Pavillions

A luxury grade II listed development of 228 apartments originally constructed as a military hospital and designed by Florence Nightingale during the Crimean war. Her unique pavilion design has enabled the conversion to create some of the most spectacular and unusual apartments set within 20 acres of private landscaped gardens with its own leisure club including gym, swimming pool and bar.