Kinleigh Folkard & Hayward (KFH) has been appointed as block manager, joint lettings agent and lettings manager of Britannia Point, Colliers Wood.
Britannia Point is a new landmark development from Criterion Capital. Originally known as the Brown and Root Tower and voted as London’s ugliest building in 2006, the redevelopment has transformed the seventeen-storey former office block into a striking, glass-clad residential scheme, with 182 apartments and retail and leisure facilities on the ground floor.
Paul Masters, Group Operations Director of KFH, says, “This appointment is an exciting one for us. With the rise of corporate investors and developers, our tailored PRS service is designed to optimise the lettings and management of developments such as this. Our network and experience, with 10,000 properties let every year, 25,000 residential units under management and more than £3.1bn of residential blocks in our care, means we are best placed to offer this type of service in London.”