Fly-tipping is a fast-growing problem

Fly-tipping is a fast-growing problem in the UK, and one that can seriously affect your empty property and the land surrounding it. Not only can fly-tipping affect the environment through the dumping of toxic waste, it can attract rodents, harm local wildlife and above all be a complete eyesore, bringing down the value of your […]

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Additional services

Additional Services Here at Ad Hoc, we provide a wide range of security options for your empty property – it doesn’t stop at Guardians! Did you know that we also provide: Security Guards Alarm monitoring Bi-annual fire system service Grounds maintenance Unlimited access requests   Find out more about our wide range of services, click […]

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We asked, you answered

We’d like to say a huge thank you to everyone who participated in our Property Owners’ survey in April. Your feedback is important to us, and we’ve received some helpful pointers on how we can improve our service.   We discovered that you would like to know more about our security services, which is why […]

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St Austin’s Church and Presbytery – Case Study

In Liverpool, there are currently more than 3,000 homes and hundreds of other properties that have been vacant for more than six months.  Vacant properties are a green light for squatters, vandals and other sorts of anti-social behaviour that affect whole communities.  Last year alone, there were 6,066 reports of anti-social behaviour and 1,748 reports […]

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Northgate House – An answer to the housing crisis?

The rising cost of property across the UK is making it increasingly difficult for not only property owners trying to rent their property, but also for first-time home buyers looking to get on the property ladder. Country-wide, the number of young homeowners has halved since the ‘90s. The average first-time buyer needs to borrow upwards […]

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25,000 vacant properties that could alleviate housing crisis

Managing Director Ad Hoc Property Management says Local Government is sitting on nearly 25,000 vacant properties that could alleviate housing crisis and budget pressures   The Local Government Association (LGA) is warning that projected tax rises won’t address the emerging £5bn funding gap within the sector. As local authorities finalise their council tax plans and […]

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Liverpool Rodney Street – Case Study

As the housing crisis across the UK continues to worsen, Liverpool in particular is feeling the effects. The country as a whole has an estimated 1.2 million people on waiting lists for affordable housing, and in Liverpool alone, there are 15,008. However, there are currently 3,093 homes in the city that have been sitting vacant […]

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Newton House – Case Study

In Bristol, there are nearly 6,000 properties sitting vacant, and thousands more people are waiting for affordable housing. While local councils scramble to find solutions to the housing crisis, there is one solution to this problem that is not being utilised enough; one that can save public sector organisations money, including the police, whilst helping […]

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