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Three Sixty Living and Viaduct collaborate

Award-winning estate and lettings agency and Stockport-based housing partnership collaborate and demonstrate benefit of group structure 

  • Three Sixty Living and Viaduct Housing Partnership, both part of Stockport Homes Group, work together to get new build property sold, then listed for private letting 
  • Three Sixty Living is a repeat British Property Awards Gold winner for lettings and estate agency 
  • Viaduct Housing Partnership has transformed one of Stockport’s most iconic industrial hubs at Battersby Hat Factory 

Companies from Stockport Homes Group (SHG) have worked collaboratively to sell a new-build property and then list it for rental, demonstrating how the companies complement each other.  

Three Sixty Living is the award-winning lettings and estate agency within SHG, who vow to do estate agency and lettings differently.  

‘With us, you can be sure that you get the best deal and a service to match,’ says Head of Property Management, Emma Crick. ‘Three Sixty Living provides full property management solutions, from lettings to sales and everything in between.’  

That’s exactly what happened recently at Battersby Hat Factory where, a new build property developed by Viaduct Housing and developing contractor Lane End Group was successfully sold with the homebuyer having a plan to then rent the property out. The team from Viaduct put the property owner in touch with Three Sixty Living who later secured the property for its listings and property management books.  

‘Our group structure provides a lot of security and benefits for all of our companies. It is good to see them working collaboratively to achieve a positive outcome like this. It is just one example of the power of a group structure,’ says Jenny Osbourne, Chair of Stockport Homes Group’s Board. 

The historic Battersby Hat Factory is Viaduct’s latest completed development. The semi-detached house was listed with Three Sixty Living for 3 days before being successfully let over the asking price.