About Armstrong Quay
On behalf of the Directors of Armstrong Quay Management Company (AQMC), we would like to welcome you to our site and are delighted that maybe you have chosen to reside here on the historic Liverpool Waterfront. We would like to take this opportunity to provide you with some useful and important information about our development.
Armstrong Quay Management Company (Liverpool) Ltd., (AQMC)
Armstrong Quay Management Company (Liverpool) Ltd is a “Right to Manage” Company, which was formed in 2006 by the owners following a number of years of dissatisfaction with our original Management Company. The formation of the new company meant the management of the development became the responsibility of the owners allowing us to make decisions regarding the management and upkeep of the site.
The current Directors of the company are all owners of apartments at Armstrong Quay. They are committed to ensuring that the development remains a safe, secure and well managed site. The Board meets regularly to discuss general issues and review the finances. We also hold Residents meetings periodically, where all residents/owners are welcome to attend. These meetings are important to the Board as it gives us the chance to hear the views of Residents and their priorities for the site and discuss any concerns or issues. An invitation will be sent before each meeting confirming the date, time and place. A newsletter is also issued after each meeting and a Welcome and Information Pack is also provided.
Armstrong Quay stands on the River Mersey and is on the quayside of the former Herculaneum dock site, which operated from the early 1800’s until about 1970. The Herculaneum name originated from the Herculaneum Pottery Company which occupied the area from the 1700’s. In the early 1980’s the docks were filled in during the creation of the International Garden Festival site to provide coach parking.
We have carried out some research but unfortunately the name Armstrong Quay does not have any links to the original docks in this area. Fortunately, part of the Festival site gardens have recently been restored and re-opened to the public.
The development was built between 1998 and 1999 and there are 115 dwellings with a mixture of Apartments, Town Houses and Penthouses in 6 blocks on the site, all of which benefit from designated on-site parking together with a number of visitors spaces which are clearly marked around the site.
Armstrong Quay also has ample communal green spaces tended by contract Gardeners and Residents whose hard work has enabled us to achieve an “Outstanding” award in the Britain in Bloom competition 3 years running. Volunteers to assist with the upkeep and watering of the flower beds and tubs during the Summer months are always welcome.
Right to Manage exercised
Sub-letting only with the Management Co approval
Multiple occupancy forbidden
Concierge Service Provided?