Planned Maintenance Programming

The formulation of a Planned Maintenance Programme (PMP) gives the building owner and / or maintenance provider a management tool which can be used to set in motion a maintenance and improvement strategy.

Having a PMP in place is the keystone to ensuring that the requirements of the property are understood, the necessary works are planned for and a sustainable financial plan is adopted to ultimately enhance the lifecycle and longevity of the building.

When drawing up a PMP, consideration is given to various factors including
Lease obligations

  • Best Practice
  • Technological Advances
  • Sustainability
  • Financial Parameter
  • Services Provision
  • Legal Constraints

Each brief will be different, so it is imperative that as chartered building surveyors we are not overly dictatorial but moreover we concentrate on working with our clients to understand their particular goals and challenges to ensure that any PMP remains flexible to the clients sometimes changing priorities.

Our selected relevant experience undertaking Planned Maintenance Programming instructions includes:

Job 1 – Artillery Mansions, London SW1 – Planned Maintenance Programming instruction on a Grade II listed, prestigious and well-maintained mansion block development in central Westminster built in the mid to late 1800’s.

Job 2 – Chamberlain House, London, EC2 – Planned Maintenance Programming instruction on a refurbished and part new build residential property converted from former offices circa 2013, with commercial office space on the ground and lower ground floor.

Job 3 – Lexington Apartments, London, EC1 – Planned Maintenance Programming instruction on an apartment block converted in 1999 from a 1960’s office block.