Tag: Commercial Property
Market trends, transactions and news stories from across the business.
A reminder of the management and occupiers’ liability of empty properties
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, many properties have become partially or fully unoccupied, which presents a number of challenges for landlords, making it essential to ensure that assets are protected during this time.
New Code of Practice for commercial property relationships during the COVID-19 pandemic
On 19th June 2020, the government introduced a new code of practice designed to provide clarity and reassurance to help support landlords and tenants affected by the crisis with the...
New CGT on commercial property coming April 2019 - what overseas investors should know
After 6 April, commercial property disposals will be subject to Capital Gains Tax (CGT). If you're an overseas investor, read to learn how you may be able to reduce your...
December property auction closes on a high
A busy room at Strettons' 10th December auction and some steady post-auction sales helped to end 2018 on a good note by raising over £13.5m.
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.
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.
Cinema to return to Crystal Palace after 50-year absence
Strettons advises on deal which will see Everyman Cinema open on 25 Church Road.
Commercial property deal: Grade II listed freehold in EC4
Strettons have completed the deal for The Old Rectory on Martin Lane, EC4 near Monument station.
Café Du Cycliste open first UK store
Strettons advises on deal which sees chic cycling brand secure premier Artillery Lane location.
Industrial market update
Demand remains strong, with online retail and residential development fuels industrial space shortage in London. Occupier demand has remained steady for industrial property, particularly throughout outer London and the Home Counties...
Buyers Spring to action at March sale
Our 27th March auction brought a good turnout of bidders with brisk competition to produce an 88% success rate.
Strettons' 2016 year in review
Our 85th year has been an exciting year of consolidation and then rapid growth in all areas of the business.