Commercial landlords need to be aware of their tenants’ rights with regard to derogation from grant and quiet enjoyment in order to avoid the possibility of being taken to court.
Derogation from grant is a legal principle in which the landlord …READ MORE ▼ ▲
In his Autumn Statement yesterday, the Chancellor of the Exchequer announced the implementation of some Business Rate reforms in England which will apply to all companies and individuals who rent or own commercial premises and are subject to business rates. …READ MORE ▼ ▲
Well-being in the workplace has been the subject of many studies, resulting in the formation of the International WELL Building Institute in 2013 to “improve human health and well-being through the built environment”. The popularity of the Institute’s certification indicates …READ MORE ▼ ▲
In the weeks since the UK public voted for Brexit, the commercial property market has had what could be termed an interesting time.
On 5 August, Insight reported that the UK commercial property sector had risen nearly 50% since its lowest …READ MORE ▼ ▲
Poorly designed open plan offices have a negative effect on productivity, which can fall by as much as 66%, according to experts at the recent British Council for Offices‘ (BCO) Annual Conference in Amsterdam.
Sound expert Julian Treasure told the …READ MORE ▼ ▲
The highest number of office construction schemes in 20 years have started in London in the past six months. According to Deloitte’s 2016 London Office Crane Survey, work began on 51 schemes, with 26 of those in The City.
The …READ MORE ▼ ▲