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Go Industrial - Low maintenance ** Less Headaches

My choice of commercial investment is without doubt industrial property.

Probably one of the biggest differences between investing in residential versus industrial is the headache factor. 321 more words


Where To Find Help With Commercial Real Estate

There are lots of reasons why you must consider an investment venture related to commercial real estate. However, you need a foundation of knowledge about the market so you can make good decisions and determine whether an investment is going to be profitable for you. 8 more words

Tenants of commercial premises may not necessarily be able to claim relief from business rates where property is undergoing refurbishment

The Court of Appeal has recently held that a property that had been undergoing internal refurbishment was not exempt from business rates. On the valuation date, various major building elements such as the air conditioning system, electrical wiring, sanitary fittings and most of the ceiling tiles, had been removed. 316 more words


Business Rates – Review and Reform

Business rates – charged by Local Authorities on commercial properties, subject to permitted reliefs and exemptions – are calculated by multiplying the rateable value of the property (set by the Valuation Office Agency) by a business rate multiplier (set by central government). 237 more words

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CDM: Save the Date and be prepared

Changes to the CDM Regulations came into force on 6 April 2015, with an allowance for existing CDM Co-ordinators to operate under transitional provisions until 6 October 2015. 186 more words


Break clauses in commercial leases – a practical guide for tenants

This note highlights some practical issues that a tenant should consider when looking to exercise a break clause in a commercial lease.  369 more words


Tenants that outstay their welcome

An Interesting case arose last year concerning what happens if a tenant with a fixed term lease, which was outside of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 (the Act), stayed in occupation beyond the term of the lease. 454 more words