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Deed of Conditions
James Gibb residential factors is an unparalleled people organisation, built on core customer care values, that cultivate an ethos of trust across all aspects of service delivery. Our customer care values together with our organisational ethos resonate across the construction sector with many homebuilders living by similar people and customer focused principles.
James Gibb assists many homebuilders in formulating the Deed of Conditions for each new development, blending knowledge and experience with practicality and a good clear common-sense approach.
Our vast experience in managing all development types gives us expert knowledge as to what works and does not work on developments, post construction. We also assist homebuilders with site specifications.
Early partnership working
We work closely during the early, pre-construction stages of the development, offering guidance on all aspects of the communal areas. We do this to ensure the design and materials used within the communal areas are suitable, cost effective to maintain and sustainable. Engaging in this joint working practice at an early stage of the design process, is key to achieving successful outcomes.
Underscoring potential issues early in the process means homeowners are given a great setting for their new homes with high visual impact, which has been carefully refined to minimise long term costs.
Our early intervention with landscaping contractors can prepare a comprehensive grounds maintenance strategy for the development that can be rolled out immediately on handover. This speed of purpose helps the landscaped areas mature faster.
The James Gibb ‘Handover Model’ creates opportunities for homebuilders to achieve positive savings, such as balancing empty property costs against delayed handovers.
Confidence in James Gibb
Such is the confidence and trust shown in James Gibb, homebuilders of all sizes regularly seek our advice in respect of:
- Regulation and formation of owners’ associations, committees etc.
- Title of common areas and apportionments.
- Float and sinking funds.
- Insurance burdens.
- Avoiding negative PR
- Balancing ‘empty property costs’ against ‘delayed handover’.
James Gibb provides residential and commercial clients with help and advice on legislative and regulatory process, affecting the property management and factoring sector.