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Mark Carlisle

Renting commercial property

Posted by Mark Carlisle on September 30th 2014 in All , COMMERCIAL PROPERTY , SERVICES FOR BUSINESSES .

Paying for commercial premises often represents the lion’s share of operating costs for most new businesses.  Not many new businesses can afford to buy a freehold property so taking on a lease is often the only available option.  If you are considering taking a lease of commercial premises it is...

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Mark Carlisle

Does your Commercial Lease have a Break Clause

Posted by Mark Carlisle on February 12th 2014 in All , COMMERCIAL PROPERTY .

What is a Break Clause?

A break clause allows either a Landlord or a Tenant (normally the Tenant) to bring a fixed term lease to an end.  The right to break the lease may arise on one or more specified dates or be exercisable at any time during the term on a...

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Mark Ollier

The need for Electrical Safety in tenanted properties

Posted by Mark Ollier on August 29th 2013 in All , COMMERCIAL PROPERTY .

A recent study by the Electrical Safety Council (ESC), ‘Landlords Risking Lives and Livelihoods By Ignoring Electrical Safety’, that was published on 6 June 2013 “….found 1.7 million private renters have reported electrical concerns that were either ignored by their landlord or acted on too slowly on, and 1.3 million...

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Mark Ollier

HELP TO BUY?

Posted by Mark Ollier on August 29th 2013 in All , COMMERCIAL PROPERTY , MOVING HOUSE .

There is no doubt that the Government’s Help to Buy Scheme is promoting a great deal of activity in new home sales, although its effect on the remainder of the local housing market remains to be seen.  This is of course only the start, as Help to Buy will be...

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Mark Ollier

Tenants benefit when repair costs rise

Posted by Mark Ollier on July 3rd 2013 in All , COMMERCIAL PROPERTY .

When a Landlord wants to carry out works and the cost of completing them will be charged to the Tenants via a service charge, the Law requires a Landlord to carry out a consultation exercise if the cost per Tenant will exceed £250. The procedure is relatively long winded but...

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Frances Griffiths

Flood Risk

Posted by Frances Griffiths on July 3rd 2013 in All , COMMERCIAL PROPERTY , MOVING HOUSE .

In June 2013, the agreement between the insurance industry and the Government, “The Flood Insurance Statement Of Principles Agreement” will not be renewed. It has been important for many years to the 5 million plus property owners in areas considered to be at risk to flooding who may now see...

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