Strategic advice on the relocation of your business premises

Whether your move is driven by expansion or rationalisation, we are able to implement a comprehensive search and co-ordinate a transaction which can be dovetailed with a disposal of your existing premises.

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Our approach
We provide comprehensive, practical and no nonsense advice to occupiers, landlords, developers, and investors.

Our advice is provided from the top at Director level, and is personalised and ‘hands on’ to suit your circumstances.
What we do
- Meeting to understand the brief and to discuss the instruction in detail
- Inspecting the property setting out recommendations for a marketing strategy
- Marketing recommendations such as initiatives, media and budgeting
- Advice on recommended terms, incentives and timing
- Implementing the marketing strategy
- Undertaking accompanied viewings throughout the period of instruction
- Reporting interest levels on a frequent basis
- Investigating company and prospective occupiers financial status
- Negotiating with interested parties to secure agreement on acceptable terms
- Drafting agreed Heads of Terms to facilitate the appointment of lawyer
Our technology
We use the latest technology to ensure that our marketing campaigns are of the highest quality and hit the widest possible target audience. This includes social media campaigns, search engine optimisation, marketing videos, aerial photography, drone video footage etc.

We also utilise an innovative CRM system that enables us to centrally control our Properties, Enquiries,
 Deals and Marketing efforts.
Glossary of terms
Freehold – An interest in land that is not limited by time. The owner of a freehold generally owns the land itself and any buildings/structures on it.

Leasehold – A time-limited interest in land, although leasehold interests can be virtually perpetual (long leases can be granted for 999 years). Generally, commercial property in central London is held on a leasehold basis.

Heads of Terms - Identifies and highlights the requirements of both the transacting parties in a property deal. Its advantage is that both parties will fully understand what they are subject to, and reduce or abolish any misunderstandings from each party. The heads of terms will form the basis of the contract and be forwarded to the parties' solicitors to draft the contract or lease.

Incentives - A payment that is used to encourage a tenant to take on a new leasehold contract when a lease is granted or assigned. A common example is where a landlord pays a tenant a sum of money to contribute to the cost of a tenant's fit-out or allows a rent free period.

Assignment - An assignment of a lease is where the tenant transfers/sells its entire interest in the property for the unexpired term of the lease to an assignee.

Break Clause - A break clause (alternatively called a ‘break option’ or ‘option to determine’) is a clause in a lease which provides the landlord or tenant with a right to terminate the lease before its contractual expiry date, if certain criteria are met.

Demise - The extent of the premises included within a lease and may include land or other facilities. For example, when an office block is let under a written lease, in the lease the office block might be referred to as the demised premises.

Headline Rent - The rent paid under a lease after the end of any rent free or reduced rent periods. It is an artificially inflated rent which ignores the rent free period or any other concessions.

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