Sarno Square

Pen-y-Fal Hospital was a psychiatric hospital in Abergavenny, Monmouthshire in Wales. It was opened in 1851 and closed in 1996 and held up to 1,170 patients at its peak. Following closure the site had fallen into considerable disrepair. The Grade II Listed Building was since converted into luxury accommodation by Redrow Homes. The main building frontage was preserved (now known as Sarno Square), but to the rear the property and grounds were significantly redeveloped with the creation of new homes in Bay Tree Lane.

Atlantis were approached in 2010 to assist the residents association with changing managing agents. Obtaining in excess of 70% desire to change agents, Atlantis successfully took over management of the scheme.

Being Grade II listed and a building with considerable history is a significant responsibility, both for us and the residents association and the parties work tirelessly to ensure that the building and substantial grounds are well maintained and cared for.

The building has a communal boiler system and Atlantis are tasked with the ongoing billing of utilities fairly to each resident, despite challenges in the Lease which was poorly drafted from the outset.