Colin Clifford, property manager at RMG in the new office at The Hub off Crowther Road in Washington.
Jane Imrie

National property firm finds new regional base at Washington business hub

A national property management company has relocated its North East office to boost its regional reach.

Residential Management Group (RMG) has moved from its previous Newton Aycliffe office to The Hub in Washington, part of the North East Business and Innovation Centre (BIC).

Part of the Places for People Group, the firm acts as managing agents for a range of clients including resident controlled management companies and freeholders, looking after the communal areas of residential apartment blocks and estates.

Taking a 30 sq m office on the ground floor of the building off Crowther Road, the firm hopes that the move to the central regional location will boost its ongoing growth.

Colin Clifford, property manager for RMG North East, commented: “We are now much closer to our North East customers. The rent is competitive and we have plenty of free on site car parking for our staff and visitors so it all made sense to move the business here.

“This is a much more central location to access our customers from Ashington to Middlesbrough, Chester-le-Street to Sunderland.

“Although some of our property managers are home-based, it is still central for them to drop in. We also have access to the building 24/7 and can use the meeting room facilities for a small charge if we have managers visiting us from other areas of the country.”

Jillian Coleman, centre manager at The Hub added: “It is great that we have been able to attract large national companies such as RMG here to The Hub.

“Whether it is a permanent office or one which acts as a satellite office for field staff, we have the facilities here to accommodate businesses ranging from one-person businesses to those with up to 15 members of staff.”

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