STIRLING ACKROYD INCORPORATING BRIDGE


Stirling Ackroyd Incorporating Bridge


Stirling Ackroyd New Homes joins forces with Bridge Estate Agents to continue increasing their market share within Shoreditch and wider London.

The Bridge sales and lettings portfolio was successfully migrated into Stirling Ackroyd upon acquisition and following a transitional period, Stirling Ackroyd are pleased to re-launch their new homes service as: Stirling Ackroyd Incorporating Bridge.

The newly combined approach of Stirling Ackroyd Incorporating Bridge only enhances our service proposition, providing buyers with access to additional knowledge and expertise in new homes sales and purchases and developers with access to impressive resources, strategy and management.

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If you were a Bridge sales or lettings customer, your Property Consultant will now be communicating with you as Stirling Ackroyd as we continue to provide you with the same exceptional standard of service you are used to receiving.


Information for Landlords and Tenants

James Banister, your Property Manager is now located at: Stirling Ackroyd, 56 Borough High Street, London Bridge, SE1 1XF. The contact number you will need is: 0203 963 7494 or alternatively you can email: jbanister@stirlingackroyd.com.

In the event of an emergency arising outside of working hours, please telephone the new out of hours emergency contact number: 0203 929 0163 where you will be assisted by a member of our out of hours team.

Please note: You should only telephone our out of office team in a genuine emergency, when the Property Management Department office is closed. If the problem is not deemed to be an emergency then our team may refuse to instruct a contractor to save you incurring a call out charge.

If you have a non-urgent maintenance issue, please report it via our Fixflo portal and we will send you a response on our return.

If your property is not managed by us, please continue to contact your Landlord directly to deal with any maintenance issues.