Meadfleet are appointed by house builders, usually as a requirement of a planning proposal that states that a management company takes responsibility for allocated public open spaces.
Once a development has been completed, we meet with the developers to assess the open space and agree timescales for its adoption. We then implement our maintenance schedule, usually visiting on a fortnightly basis throughout the year to ensure that the areas on your development that are under our management are maintained and developed to the highest standard.
Homeowners on a development contribute to the cost of the ongoing maintenance and upkeep related to the open space. This open space is detailed on the plan that you will have received when you signed our Deed of Covenant when you purchased your property. Charges for maintenance are billed in arrears and issued twice yearly with a range of payment options available to you.
Aside from our qualifications and expertise, we monitor the quality of our work in accordance with the schedule of services that’s contained within your deed, ensuring compliance with any planning conditions issued by the local authority. Additionally, we regularly review and are qualified to inspect play areas with the added back up of independently registered inspections. Partnering with a number of conservation and ecological groups we also work with homeowners to support the formation of resident associations, welcoming views about how a development can be maintained to its best advantage.
If you are interested in setting up a residents association on your development and would like to find out more about how Meadfleet work with such groups, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and request a Residents Association Information Pack. Alternatively, you can access the documents here:
We do recognise that establishing a Residents Association can be quite a challenge and is not always achievable. Where this is the case, we are happy to work with more informal groups of residents for the benefit and enrichment of their development. We call these Meadfleet Liaison Groups, or MLGs. Please see the document below for further details: