Principle Estate Management has appointed Benedict Williams to a new role created after the number of developments managed by the Birmingham company reached 150 since its launch in Spring 2018.
Benedict and fellow property inspector Angela Locke use the Qube site inspection app to make inspections of all properties on a controlled frequency.
Their role also includes meeting contractors and residents on site, when needed, to review standards or discuss repairs.
Ian Smallman, Director at Principle, said, “It is great to have Benedict on board with us and he will be a very safe pair of hands. He has very good attention to detail, is highly trained in First Aid and so is health and safety conscious and is very personable and happy to meet with residents and contractors and is the perfect fit to join Angela in this role.”
Benedict said, “I’m thrilled to join the team at Principle, which has already built a fine reputation for making inspections a key part of the overall property management function.
“Having a close and trusted relationship with clients is an important aspect of a job to me, and I look forward to helping develop this quality at Principle.”