Our SAY

SAY celebrates One Crown Place completion.

The SAY team were delighted to celebrate One Crown Place welcoming its first residents in June, having achieved practical completion in May. SAY are thrilled to have formed part of such a brilliant team, and are excited to have been appointed to provide an ongoing asset management role for MTD Group.

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Are you Golden Thread ready?

The publication of the Building Safety Bill, this week, marked, what SAY hope will be an important step to ensuring the safety of residents in apartment blocks. The Building Safety Bill targets two transformational and interlinked areas; prioritising the residents’ voice and The Golden Thread. The latter is the digitally recorded details of a building’s design intent, construction and amendments passed from the duty holder in the design and construction phases to the responsible person during occupation.  

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SAY Funds Scholarship for Accumulate Students

Accumulate are a wonderful charity providing creative workshops to young, homeless people who are living in hostels or temporary accommodation in London. SAY’s co-founder Debra is a proud Trustee of Accumulate and we are delighted to announce that the first SAY Scholarships have been awarded to its participants.

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Meet the Team: Yasmin Booker

We’re delighted to introduce our newest team member, Yasmin Booker. Yasmin joins the growing SAY team as a Build to Rent Consultant and Financial Analyst. We’re very excited to have her in the team and hope you enjoy finding out more about her.

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Meet the Team: Caspar Courage

Caspar is an Associate at SAY and joined the team in 2016. Caspar works across several sectors, but has a particular interest in housing with care. Here we find out more about Caspar’s career, his dream mentor and his view on the biggest housing challenge today.

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The Inaugural Spirit of Barry Award awarded to Kemi

Barry Yudolph, Debra’s father and SAY’s credit controller sadly passed away from COVID on the 1st May 2020 at the age of 82. He disliked ‘boring’ retirement and thrived on having a purpose and therefore took a role as SAY’s credit controller. When chasing payments,  he charmed our clients, always interested in their businesses and the latest happenings. Barry showed the importance of embracing life. He will be missed by all at SAY and our clients.

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