Tag: commercial property

Licences for occupation – is your short term licence agreement actually a formal tenancy?

A recent ruling is likely to have significant consequences for guardian property companies (and other landlords) who use licence agreements to place occupiers into properties to protect against squatters and vandalism.  The case of Camelot Property Management Limited and Camelot Guardian Management Limited v Roynon [2017] highlights the importance of carrying through in practice what …

Locked In A Room!

Long standing client of Sherrards’ commercial property team ‘Locked In A Room’ has just opened its third site in Milton Keynes. With other sites in London Excel and Arelight House Bristol. Locked In a Room is the UK’s largest escape room experiences where participants work through a series of tests, puzzles and clues to unlock …

How to get bankers to say ‘yes’ to your real estate funding request

Our latest REAL (Real Estate Around London) in association with WMT accountants and LSH welcomed guest speaker John Gillen, Director of Natwest Real Estate Finance. REAL (Real Estate Around London) is a commercial property networking seminar aimed at professionals in the Herts, Beds and Bucks area and offers a forum for those in the sector to …

Welcoming Charles Hodder to Sherrards

Sherrards’ would like to announce the recent appointment of Charles Hodder, joining us in our London office as a Commercial Property Partner, following a move to the West End. Charles Hodder has worked in commercial property for over 20 years and brings a great deal of experience to the firm and is well respected by clients. …

Public sector must be more commercial

We were delighted to welcome David Lloyd, Police and Crime Commissioner for Hertfordshire to our REAL property seminar yesterday at Beale’s Hotel in Hatfield, Hertfordshire.  ‘How does this relate to property?’ I hear you ask.  In a nutshell: the County Council’s huge landholdings and their desire to collaborate even more closely with the private sector …

Landlord’s Development v Quiet Enjoyment

In what is proving to be a competitive market for commercial landlords, many are looking for different options to maximise the revenue from their investments by undertaking works to all or part of a tenant occupied building. This gives Landlords the opportunity to increase their yields by exploring potential developments or conversions of their building. …

China Daily Article “Investors from China gamble on London’s real estate” featuring Sherrards

Sherrards contribute to property and real estate article produced by China Daily which suggests that the Chinese have overtaken the Americans in terms of foreign investment into London’s Commercial property scene. View China Daily article, featuring Sherrards’ Laurel Zhang  

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