Woodlands Vale Property Management Scarborough

Woodlands Vale Property Management in Scarborough North Yorkshire YO12 are responsible for flats at the bottom of Settrington Road & Caburn Close.

Property Management Scarborough

Woodlands Vale Property Management is the flats management company in Woodlands Vale Scarborough North Yorkshire YO12, for leasehold properties located at the bottom of Settrington Road and Caburn Close, off Hovingham Drive, near to the hospital.

We are responsible for the block management of communal grounds and external areas of the buildings of 38 purpose built leasehold apartments. During 2016-17 the company will be having the soffits & fascias over-clad with UPVC, new guttering and downpipes. Woodlands Vale flats were built by Barratt Homes of Yorkshire in 1981.

Residents Management Company

Woodlands Vale was incorporated in 1981 with Memorandum of Association & Articles of Association, as residents property management company, made up of the board of directors and shareholders made up of the leaseholders, each apartment having one share in the company.

When a flat changes ownership the share is transferred to the new registered owner. There are in the region of 85 years remaining unexpired, on the lease out of an original 120-year term which started in 1981, unless an individual flat has had a lease extension, five flats have had leases extended via the freeholder.

About Woodlands Vale

Woodlands Vale is registered at Companies House under company No. 01581903, where we submit dormant accounts and confirmation statements.
JM Glendinning Insurance Brokers of Westborough Scarborough are appointed for liability, directors and block buildings insurance for the development.

The 2017 annual service charges paid by leaseholders have been reduced by £25 to £440 which are collected by the company's new admin agents Colin Ellis Management & Lettings of 14 Aberdeen Walk Scarborough YO11 1XP.

GLS Properties Limited finished as the company's managing agent on Tuesday 6 December 2016.

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