Our Stories


Working with local businesses to deliver a quick and reliable estate management service

Sustainability has always been at the core of Preim’s business approach – whether that is in supporting healthy, happy and self-sufficient communities, or in working with local businesses wherever possible to deliver estate works. Our recent partnership with Kilnwood Property Maintenance Ltd is a fantastic example of just that – with Phil Szabo, owner of
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The people behind Preim: Meeting Marco Santos

Dealing with the finances of a residents’ management company or community interest company is certainly no mean feat. With often over 1,000 households paying an annual service charge into one residents’ management company, there needs to be systems, budgeting and control – in line with legal requirements – in place. A significant part of Preim’s
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Fit for a king – new community website showcases vision and heritage at Kingsfleet, Thetford

Kingsfleet is a new community being created in the heart of the stunning Norfolk countryside. Boasting beautiful surroundings and a great location (just 37 minutes from Norwich and 47 from Cambridge), Kingsfleet will also offer residents a wealth of community amenities and something quite unusual for a new development – heritage and history. When completed,
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Remembrance display at Wyton on the Hill

It can often be underestimated how much work goes into creating a community display or event – so our praise goes to the Wyton community for pulling together to create a fantastic Remembrance Day poppy display. Organised with the buy in from numerous groups, including the Wyton on the Hill Parish Council and Wyton Residents’
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A community fun day that keeps on getting “better and better”

The Kilnwood Vale Community Fun Day is one of many events that residents, friends, families and local businesses look forward to each year. Last year’s event welcomed 300 residents and this year, as the Kilnwood Vale community continues to grow, we’ve exceeded that again with 500 people turning up for a day filled with family
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