This advice examines different ways of working, provides an introduction to service charges and discusses the various ways in which a business may occupy commercial property.
There are a number of methods by which a tenant can occupy commercial property. Within this section, the variances between a new lease, an assignment, a sublease and a licence are explored.
Service charges are used by landlords to recover the costs of running and maintaining a building. This section explores what costs can be recovered, lawfully, under the service charge.
A number of SMEs may consider a more flexible alternative to long term office leasing. This section looks at the suitability of co-working or serviced offices for businesses the key considerations before agreeing a licence.
What are the tenant’s insuring responsibilities and what are the landlord’s during a tenancy?