Anna Bevan-Jones at law firm Eversheds Sutherland looks at green lease provisions and the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954.
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Ed Halsey, CCO of Taveo looks at the crippling issue of underinsurance in commercial property, which has been brought into sharp focus in the wake of Storm Babet.
28% of commercial buildings are currently at risk of non-compliance ahead of changes to MEES regulations, warns Jones & Woolman.
Samuel Warren, VP of Sales, EMEA, HqO argues that real estate has to excite people if you want them to leave the comfort of their homes and return to the office.
Alexis Potter, Managing Director at site security firm, BauWatch, looks at "Broken Window Theory" and why empty buildings need protection.
Harry Wilshaw, Solicitor at Lewis Denley, looks at the process of negotiating a commercial lease and highlights some of the components that tend to cause the most problems or get...
Landlords are setting their sights on the high street and recognise the potential of commercial property, according to new market analysis from Shawbrook.
UK office landlords could face a £65bn bill over the next 7 years in order to meet new energy efficiency regulatory requirements, according to newly released data from PwC UK.
Wybo Wijnbergen, CEO of infinitSpace looks at several ways that commercial landlords can take action and ensure that revenue streams for their office investments remain healthy.
A new survey has revealed that public sentiment toward the high street remains strong, with shoppers keen to support local businesses and an overwhelming majority believing that it is...