Value for money - to us this means more than just competitive tendering. Adding value is about using expertise and creativity to save or to set a strategic path to deliver an outcome. This page is dedicated to Ringley hero’s who have saved their Clients' money.

Saved £4,318


College Street
How did we do it?
The former accountant had expensed a utility company security deposit and therefore it had got lost at account transfer. We uncovered this and retrieved £4K for the Client, 4 years after this had got missed. A nice windfall.

Saved £37,787


How did we do it?
£37,787.20 savings made up of £9,435.31 and £25,531.89 from the developer for construction water and electricity use respectively. £1,500 towards the gates motor failures and £1,320 towards window cleaning not done before leaving site.

Saved £129,000


How did we do it?
In excess of £129,000 recovered in Autumn 2016 almost 50% of the long term debt inherited on this site including 2 seriously old debts at over £35K and £45K respectively.

Saved £1,200


Brussels Road
How did we do it?
We negotiated away a late filling penalty we inherited on handover from HMRC. The penalty was £1200. After number of letters & phone calls we managed to get the fine removed.

Saved £200,000


Eccleston Road
How did we do it?
We used cherry pickers (instead of having scaffolding) to gain access to the vast majority of 6 blocks, with the tallest block being 7 storeys above ground level. By using cherry pickers, we reduced the cost of access by £150,000 + fees + VAT = £200,000.

Saved £30,000


Lymington Court
How did we do it?
The developer's budget failed to match all allowable service charge items in the Housing Association transfer. We went back and collected 6 years extra expenses - some £30,000.

Saved £35,000

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How did we do it?
We inherited this 4 flat block with 1 flat owing over 42K service charges which several previous Agents had failed to collect. Ringley Law settled the case delivering over 35K.

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