MB&A is a Commercial Property Consultancy with a specific focus on the higher education sector, serving clients across central London. We focus on all matters relating to Education based commercial properties, acting on behalf of a range of UK and overseas based education organisations and their London premises.
We search and acquire, market and dispose, as well as undertake rent review and lease renewal negotiations. The education sector has relentlessly increased in prominence across London over the last ten years, with enhanced focus from across the world as well as the domestic higher education sector and expanding schools.
MB&A Commercial is a prominent feature in this endlessly fascinating sector, having acted for a large number of extremely prominent organisations in the acquisition of new London premises or the negotiation of fair rental rates for lease rent reviews or renewals, despite landlord attempts to impose unrealistic increases.
We act quickly and succinctly to ensure our clients receive the very best service. A detailed understanding of the market, extensive market insights and over 30 years of experience makes Michael Boardman of MB&A ideally suited to act for you on any aspect of education commercial property.
For further information or to discuss any aspect of your commercial property portfolio or needs, do not hesitate to contact Michael Boardman on +44 (0) 207 118 3456.
+44 (0) 207 118 3456
Lombard Risk a key player in the world of financial software where I was involved in a senior capacity for 20 years until retirement last year used Michael exclusively for its office space requirements over most of that period. That involved in all about 5 separate moves. Michael was instrumental in interpreting our needs and coming up with ideal space at highly competitive prices and always ahead of market trends. He was always a delight to work with, well informed, enthusiastic with a never-give-up mentality. I would recommend Michael to any firm wanting a high level of personal service with the top man rather than being fobbed off with ill-informed juniors.