Welcome to the website of the Poundbury Management Companies (MANCOs 1,2 & 3)

This website provides details of the services managed by the three MANCOs on behalf of the shareholders and residents and our joint obligations to maintain significant areas of the Estate in Poundbury. More details of the roles and responsibilities of your MANCO may be found in this website by selecting the tabs above. If you wish to report a maintenance, safety or other issue to your MANCO this may be done by pressing the “Reporting” Tab above and selecting your MANCO. The options will refer to MANCOs 1,2 or 3.

Symonds & Sampson are contracted as the managing agents for the three MANCOs. All MANCO shareholders reports are directed to Symonds & Sampson. Please use this website including the Reporting tab for information and reporting issues. For more information on the Symonds & Sampson service please view this website “Role Of MANCOs” Tab. As an additional service you may also telephone comments or reports through direct to Symonds & Sampson on 01305 756 968. Please ensure you have all the required information to complete a verbal report, such as courtyard name, or defective light number.

Poundbury is currently home to some 4,200 people in a mix of private and affordable housing, as well as providing employment for some 2,300 people working in the 207 shops, cafés, offices and factories. The Duchy of Cornwall have a website fully explaining everything you may wish to know about living in Poundbury. Visit the Duchy website here.

Poundbury also has a thriving (Poundbury) Residents Association (PRA). The PRA works closely with retail businesses. Visit the PRA website here.

Below this line you will find latest MANCO issues, news or events. All past entries will be found in the “Topics” tab.


Poundbury (Manco 3) Autumn Newsletter

Dear Shareholders, As we move into the autumn season, we thought it would be helpful to keep you up to date with company matters in the Manco3 area. Maintenance In the first part of the year 29 Manco 3 lights were upgraded to LED fittings. The current maintenance programme includes a project to convert the … Read more