From social housing companies and housing associations, to local authorities and governments, over the years VPSitex has gained a wealth of experience in securing and serving vacant properties in this sector.
Many of our customers are in the social housing and public sector. This includes social housing companies, housing associations, local authorities and government agencies. Over the years, we have gained a wealth of experience securing and serving vacant properties in this sector. That is why we understand the particular environmental and economic pressures these customers face.
From social housing companies and housing associations, to local authorities and governments, over the years VPSitex has gained a wealth of experience in securing and serving vacant properties in this sector. We fully understand the environmental and economic pressures within this sector and offer comprehensive, end-to-end solutions to help customers repair and get properties back to housing.
From the minute your property becomes vacant VPSitex is on hand to clear and clean your property and dependent on the type of tenants residing in the property additional services may required. In these cases, VPSitex takes care of every detail, no matter how big or small with services including changing and removing fittings, general maintenance and repairs, deep clean, needle sweep and removal, clearing rubbish and cleaning up after squatters and trespassers.
Depending on the location of the vacant social housing property, the level of security we suggest may differ. Where the risk of security breach is high it is imperative that the property remains safe and secure whilst vacant, ensuring existing tenants feel safe and removing the risk of further damage and squatters. In these cases, VPSitex recommend steel doors and window covers as well as innovative alarm technology, guards and patrolling where appropriate. Where security breaches are low risk VPSitex endeavours to secure the property with minimal steal to avoid detrimental impact to the aesthetic nature of the building and the community.