Can anybody help me identify this plant from the picture posted? It has waxy rounded leaves and is very easy to look after. From the picture you'll see it is flowering late Summer / Autumn UK.
After Jim's confirmation of my comment I might as well answer it.
It's a clivia. They are a member of the Amaryllis family. Once they are established they can provide years of trouble free flowering. When I was working with them after flowering we would cut them back and put them in a cool area with north light. We watered sparingly until new growth was apparent and them moved them back to the display area.
Scale is the most common insect problem but cutting the plant back yearly was effective in controlling it.
Many cultivars are available and flower colour has wide variation on the yellow, orange and red end of the spectrum.
Sorry to revive an old post, but:
(Your specimen might appreciate a bit more light, if possible, as it appears a bit lanky.)