Get in touch
So now you know all about us, we’d love to find out a bit more about you and the kind of home you’re looking for. Feel free to pop into our offices and say hi or give us a call on the details below.
We’d love to help you find where you belong in Brighton.
Emergency contact number
This number is to be used for emergency water leaks and Carbon Monoxide alarms only
We understand that it may be a nightmare if a leak springs in the middle of the night and the office is closed. The first thing to do is to locate the stopcock in your house, this is normally located under the sink or stairs and shut off the water. Once you have done this, if you live in one of our fully managed properties, call our emergency plumber on the number below who will be able to help you. If your landlord manages your property please contact your landlord directly.
An example of an emergency would be water pouring from a fitting/pipe, rather than a slow drip which can be tackled by placing a container under it and reporting the leak via the request a repair tab at the top of the website. Our maintenance team will pick up the problem the next morning and give you a call to help. If your Carbon Monoxide alarm goes off out of hours and is a steady alarm sound, please call this number immediately, open all windows near the boiler, shut the door to the room and move to another part of the house until the plumber arrives. If it is only an intermittent beep, this means the battery needs replacing and is not an emergency.