With an excellent understanding of the challenges facing modern housebuilders in England and Wales, it is no surprise that Meadfleet have been working with some of the key PLC housebuilders for a number of years.
We recognise that the management and maintenance of open space can be an unwelcome distraction for developers. With local authorities more reluctant to adopt these areas and resident management companies creating legal and administrative burdens, Meadfleet offer a simple alternative. We own, manage and maintain land, relieving you of the ongoing responsibility for its up-keep and repair.
With ownership comes a responsibility to ensure high quality management and care in perpetuity. Protecting the legacy of the housebuilder whilst allowing them to move on to their next project is at the heart of what Meadfleet do.
With absolutely no set-up fees for the majority of the open space on new developments that we take into our management, we are able to assist with the long-term management of sustainable urban drainage schemes (SuDS), protected species such as Great Crested Newts, water voles and bats, pumping stations, water treatment works, street lighting, play equipment and a variety of soft landscaping.
Additionally, we are keen to support you during all of the important stages of planning, development and post-sale.
Managing and maintaining open space is all we do. Our team’s expertise and knowledge underpins our business with specialists in housebuilding, landscaping, horticulture and ecology. All of our regional managers hold relevant degrees and follow best practice guidelines to ensure our developments are maintained to the highest possible standards. Regular inspections are carried out on all of our sites and our regional managers are all qualified to ensure play equipment is safe and maintained to current British Standards.
Meadfleet are aware that well-maintained developments provide reputational benefits to housebuilders and we strive to create a lasting legacy on sites in our management.
Meadfleet work closely with residents throughout the process as we understand that the service we provide also reflects on the developer. We take the long-term view for a development, with full ownership of the open space making us committed to its successful and future progress.
We encourage the formation of residents groups and work in partnership with these to ensure we are delivering the quality and service they deserve.
Whatever your requirements, we can offer advice and assistance from the early planning stages, through to handover and adoption.