Best known for being a London serviced apartment/aparthotel operator, ASAP member Go Native has secured the design and development consultancy contract for the 550-unit Kampus scheme in Manchester, joining its string of build-to-rent management mandates across the UK.
Other BTR mandates Go Native has won in the past few months are Carolyn House in east Croydon owned by LaSalle Investment Management, and Stamford Street, a residential scheme on London’s South Bank. The company has also been appointed to operate the BTR element of Howick Place in London’s Victoria.
Go Native now operates on behalf of institutional and private equity investors 25 private rented sector buildings with a combined portfolio value of £1.7bn. Founder Guy Nixon believes that “outstanding customer service, thoughtful design, operational efficiency and revenue management are as key to the long-term success of a BTR scheme as they are to an aparthotel”.