Business Leases and Investment Property

Whether you are a start up business unfamiliar with leases and require help from an early stage of the negotiations, an expanding business which has already agreed heads of terms and wants to take early occupation to maximise its commercial advantage or a landlord wanting to secure the best possible lease from a tenant to protect the value of your investment, we are here to help. We provide pragmatic, cost effective legal advice on:

  1. Preparation and negotiation of new leases
  2. Lease renewals
  3. Assignments of existing leases often as part of a business sale or purchase
  4. Obtaining landlords consent for alterations, assignment and subletting
  5. Terminating leases and exercising break clauses
  6. Lease surrenders
  7. Repairing obligations and dilapidation claims
  8. Rent review
  9. Service charges
  10. Serviced office accommodation
  11. Shop Leases
  12. Office Leases
  13. Industrial Unit Leases
  14. Pub Leases
  15. Tenancies at will / licences to occupy
  16. Sale and leaseback arrangements
  17. Overriding leases
  18. Lease extensions
  19. Leasehold enfranchisement

We have advised numerous commercial landlords and tenants in the retail, office, industrial, leisure and licensed premises sectors and are specialists dedicated to providing the best possible legal advice to you and your business at affordable prices.

Latest Blog

How to break a lease on commercial property

21/11/2018
How to break a lease on commercial property
How can a tenant break a lease early on a commercial property? Break options within a commercial lease can sometimes be a battleground for landlords and tenants. The break option provides the tenant...
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