A retirement housing management firm has changed its name to Churchill Estates Management to better reflect its links with the housebuilder.
Formerly known as Millstream Management Services, the business is connected with its parent company Churchill Retirement Living.
Led by newly appointed managing director Hugh Lambourne, Churchill Estates will remain an independent, stand-alone business within the Churchill Group, managing over 200 retirement developments across the country, and providing management services to more than 10,000 retired people.
The name change took effect on Friday (1 July), along with the launch of a website.
Spencer McCarthy, chair and chief executive of Churchill Group, said: ‘We’re excited to announce this new identity for our property management business, which we believe will help to emphasise its retirement living expertise, cement the connection between our colleagues, and better reflect the range of services we provide across the wider Churchill Group.
‘Central to all of this is our commitment to providing a consistent service to our apartment owners and customers throughout their journey with us.’
Churchill Estates’ 200-strong team of lodge and development managers deal with day-to-day maintenance and are supported by central support, which delivers legal, health and safety, administrative and property management assistance.