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Advance rental payment and break clauses

admin December 3, 2015

Legal experts Taylor Wessing  report on a important commercial real estate landmark ruling on the advance payment of rent pursuant to a break clause.

M&S not entitled to cashback on checkout – Marks and Spencer v BNP Paribas

02-12-2015

Crucial Supreme Court ruling confirms landlords can keep rent paid in advance where tenants break midway through a rental period.

After years of uncertainty, the Supreme Court… read the rest of “Advance rental payment and break clauses”

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New offices support vital Sussex healthcare services

admin November 19, 2015

Brierley & Coe helps Sussex Community NHS Trust

 

The Sussex Community NHS Trust will be moving into modern offices in Chichester after Brierley & Coe concluded leasing arrangements for two floors in The Bicentennial Building.

The Trust will occupy 9,660 sq ft on the first and second floors of the City centre location. Worthing-based commercial property consultants Brierley & Coe has arranged a 15-year lease… read the rest of “New offices support vital Sussex healthcare services”

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Safety of ‘Bricks and Mortar’ – commercial property investment proves popular

admin September 28, 2015

As at the 22nd September the FTSE100 index had plummeted nearly 1,200 points (-16.5%) from its high point back in April with other indices around the world faring even worse. Compare these figures with recent research published by Investment Property Databank which shows that UK commercial property investment continues to show positive growth (1% in August) – in fact ‘All Property’ total returns for the 12 month period to 31st… read the rest of “Safety of 'Bricks and Mortar' - commercial property investment proves popular”

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Continuing low UK interest rates could nurture further commercial property value growth

admin September 11, 2015

In an article published in The Guardian, the first rise in UK interest rates could be delayed until autumn 2016, according to City expectations, as market turmoil in China raises the prospect of historically low borrowing costs staying in place for longer than expected. Contemporaneous research by Dr Walter Boettcher, chief economist at Colliers International, provides a contrary outlook to recent escalating anticipation that the UK commercial property market has… read the rest of “Continuing low UK interest rates could nurture further commercial property value growth”

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