My discussion with Karron Whitter of Clark Holt (recorded in September) couldn’t have come at a more appropriate time. As businesses struggle to decide what they need from their office space, the videos below cover everything you need to consider before entering a dialogue with your landlord. You can watch it in full, or skip to the section you’re most interested in.
The videos cover:
- How would a business tenant start to assess their own lease and position?
- The top 5 things to consider if you are a business with a lease
- How do you start a dialogue with your landlord?
- How are conversations about rescheduling rent evolving?
- Can a Landlord Foreit a lease and evict a tenant for none payment (2020)
- Can you stop paying business rates at the moment (2020)
- Can a tenant withhold rent or terminate a lease at any time during Covid
- What you need to know about break rights
If you’re having discussions about space, watch this.
How would a tenant start to assess their own lease and position?
What are the top five things you would recommend to businesses who are currently in a lease to think about?
How do you start a dialogue with your landlord?
Rescheduling rents, how are those conversations evolving?
Can a tenant withhold rent or terminate a lease in any circumstance?
Can you stop paying business rates at the moment?
What do I need to know about break rights?
It goes without saying, but please check legislation around landlords and leases as the landscape is evolving.
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