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Property Tectonics continue relationship with Brent Council

After completing a comprehensive tender process, Brent Council have appointed Property Tectonics (pt) to carry out internal and external stock condition surveys across […]

Property Tectonics continue Fire Risk Assessment programme with Brent

Property Tectonics has been appointed by Brent Council to carry out a further traunch of Type 1 Fire Risk Assessments to their residential […]

Homes Without Central Heating Can Now be Funded

Homes in the social housing sector needing central heating for the first time (FTCH) are now eligible for Energy Company Obligation (ECO) and […]

The next generation of Lifespan mobile data collection has arrived

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When it comes to mobile data collection, compatibility with your AMS is key

Lifespan Housing & Data Collection Guide Introduction This guide has been prepared to support Lifespan Housing Asset Management Software customers and users, in […]

Bricks, Mortar & Social Value

Prof. Trevor Mole BSc(Hons) FRICS. In the late 1980s I was a relatively young lecturer at Salford University and have happy memories of […]

Lunch with Lifespan PPT

Join us for an introductory webinar on the Lifespan Property Performance Tool at Lunchtime on the 30th April *Please note this webinar is […]

Death to Condition Surveys

Prof. Trevor Mole BSc(Hons) FRICS. Undertaking stock condition surveys are no longer a sensible option for many social landlords The approach and philosophy […]

Impact Housing Sign Multi-Year Deal

Property Tectonics (pt) are delighted to welcome Impact Housing as one of our newest Lifespan Housing software customers after signing a multi-year deal.   pt initially started working with Impact Housing after […]

Fire Risk Assessment Review for Social Housing

Justin Mole explains the pt philosophy Property Tectonics (pt) has been conducting fire risk assessments in one form or another for over 30 […]