London Land Management & Tatler Address Book

The ‘Address Book’ is Tatler’s trusted network of influential private client experts, all at the pinnacle of their profession. Dominic Leivers’ expertise is broad, encompassing all elements of the residential property sector. With over twenty years’ experience working in the Prime Central London property market, private client’s value his extensive knowledge in providing them with complete peace of mind relative to their properties and investments.

The day-to-day management of private homes epitomises our ethos as a company, applying a hands-on and proactive approach to service, ensuring their interests are safeguarded at all times. With the challenges and uncertainty presented by the current global environment, the value and importance of having a reliable and trusted advisor on the ground cannot be underestimated. “Given the restrictions on international travel, it is essential our overseas clients have the comfort of knowing someone is undertaking regular inspections of their property and they are not exposed to additional risk from an insurance cover perspective”.

“Our clients have found that the answer lies in putting their trust in us – and have discovered that they can rely on our experience to work with them in a professional manner to ensure the process is a pleasure and a success. We take the time to personally visit our overseas clients as we value the importance of building long-lasting relationships based on trust and understanding.”

Founded in 1994 and based in the heart of central London the company prides itself on the high level of personal service offered to its clients. The company specialises in property acquisition, property management [both private homes and investment properties], residential lettings, project management and development.

An added benefit to their clients is a sister company, Pelham Design. A well-established interior design studio also located in Knightsbridge, with experience on projects in London, the wider UK, and internationally.

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