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Agency appointed to service new Build To Rent scheme

The agency Centrick has been appointed to launch and operate a new multi-million-pound Build To Rent development in Leicester. 

Centrick will provide its services on behalf of developer and investor Oblix Living for its latest development, The Saxons.

Centrick founder James Ackrill says: “It is enormously exciting to be working alongside Oblix Living once again, watching The Saxons coming to life, and we are very pleased to be launching this scheme. Working with Oblix Living is always a pleasure. It is great to see their BTR vision come to fruition and to be able to share in the success of launching a high-quality scheme which focuses on the residents and addresses their needs in so many ways.”


Centrick BTR director Clare Johnson said: “The Saxons is a fabulous boutique scheme, and we are looking forward to working alongside Oblix Living to deliver outstanding consulting, pre-launch, branding and of course operational BTR services which we have continued to grow over many years of experience and expertise in this key growth sector. With community-led technology and a dedicated residents’ experience team, we will work hand-in-hand with residents to create a thriving, sustainable community.”

Oblix Living is a specialist developer, investor, and operator of BTR in what it calls “strategically selected locations across the UK”. It develops mid-sized schemes in urban areas where there is demand for serviced, custom built rental accommodation.

Rishi Patel, CEO of Oblix Living, adds: “We’ve always focused on service, design, and amenities in key locations to provide design-led, well specified apartments that residents are proud to call home. I’m delighted to be launching The Saxons, which is our second Build to Rent development and our first in Leicester, and excited for residents to enjoy not just the convenience and opportunity of the city, but the living spaces and exceptional communal spaces within the development.”


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