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Can you bear to repair?

So, you own a great commercial investment, let on full repairing terms to a blue-chip covenant. Great.


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Lessons for private investors: Spotting the signs of insolvency

As the current period of economic uncertainty continues, one thing has always been certain in business, some companies will survive, indeed thrive, and others will not.


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Residential block management wins customer service award

Strettons is pleased to share that our Residential Block Management team took home the Customer Service Award at News on the Block's Property Management Awards 2018.


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New electronic communications code - What owners, investors & developers should know

The Digital Economy Act 2017 and the new Electronic Communications Code came into effect in December 2017 and replaced the much criticised Communications Act 2003, which was widely considered to be unfit for purpose. 


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Preparing for Phase 2 of the Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS)

ESOS assessments are audits of the energy used by buildings, industrial processes and transport to identify cost-effective energy saving measures. This is a mandatory energy assessment scheme for organisations in the UK that meet the qualification criteria.


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Changes for service charges on commercial property

The fourth edition of the RICS code of practice for management and administration of service charges in commercial property is in its final stages before regulatory approval and is due to be issued as a professional statement. The changes come into effect in April 2019 to give adequate time for accounting procedural change.

 


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Misrepresentation on the importance in providing reliable information

In the recent case First Tower Trustees Ltd and another v CDS (Superstores International) Ltd (2017) dealt with a case brought by a commercial tenant who claimed for misrepresentation.