An innovative and honest provider of property management services
Providing outstanding management services, to residents and developers alike, for over 30 years
Our managers put themselves in the shoes of our clients, as if it was their own home and finances they were looking after
"Our vision is to be the best at what we do and to be different in our approach"

Hazelvine Limited has changed its name to Anthem Management Limited.

We will be updating our website shortly.


Hazelvine Limited

Hazelvine delivers comprehensive property management solutions to Leaseholders, Residents’ Management Companies, Developers and Freeholders. Our services, tailored to meet the specific needs of each client, are delivered by our team of highly skilled and experienced professionals.

As a business, we strive to be innovators; As part of the Qdime Group we can offer the entire residential property management solution, or any part thereof. Our ethos is to invest in our staff and in the technology that makes them efficient and effective, leaving them free to focus on exemplary communication and service.

About Hazelvine

Hazelvine are passionate about every aspect of property management, from the planning stage of prestigious new developments to the smallest detail of day-to-day management.


From their founding principles; where it began; and where they are now…



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Our Services

All services are delivered by experts in their own field, who work for Hazelvine or other companies within the Qdime Group. Staff are trained to emphasise customer service.






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