In our latest blog, we set out retail leader New Look’s plans to ‘navigate the uncertain times ahead’ (Nigel Oddy, New Look Chief Executive) in the form of a move to turnover-based rent models for over 400 of its UK stores. The proposal…
If you are an industrial and commercial business who occupies and manages properties ancillary to your main business, we offer advice in relation to your landlord and tenant matters, lease renewals, acquisitions, disposals and re-locations.
Having known Clarion for a number of years, we were confident we could rely on the firms property experts to provide the legal advice we needed to enable our relocation. The firm is committed to helping SMEs by providing a more holistic approach with broader, commercial advice that really adds value.Howard Pickard, LBBC Technologies
Working closely with you to fully understanding your businesses goals, we know you want to manage these properties as efficiently as possible with an eye to maximising the benefits while minimising any risk.
Where we feel this would add value we can also bring in trusted, key professionals, such as surveyors, accountants and funders who can bring in additional expertise on transactions where appropriate. Our clients in this area include:
- Banana Kick (marketing agency)
- Freemans Grattan Holdings
- Grangers International Limited
- My CSP (the government's outsourced pension administrator for the civil service)
- McCarthy's (storage and distribution)
- Mazars Accountants
- Greyspark Partners Limited (IT Consultants operating in the City of London)
- Prospect Business Centres Ltd
- Greyspark Partners Limited
- Cardinal Group Limited
The coronavirus crisis has, and continues to, present unprecedented challenges for business and industry throughout the UK. We have discussed previously the various challenges faced by the retail industry, particularly the inevitable impact the crisis has…
Following the recent introduction of the Coronavirus Act 2020, the government has extended the protection on offer to commercial tenants.
The coronavirus crisis has presented numerous challenges for businesses in the UK. Across the business we have been talking to our clients and network to understand the challenges that many are facing. We have built a library of useful guidance and …
I have recently joined Clarion as Legal Director in the Property team. I have specialised in property litigation for over 15 years. During that time, I have dealt with property disputes including multi-million pound developments and a land dispute that en…
Following on from our Spring 2017 newsletter, Philip Dine considers the impact of EPC regulations and the energy efficiency of a property through the lender’s eyes and recent developments. Philip Dine has recently joined Clarion’s banking and…
Landlord’s right to redevelop premises -when does it take precedent over a tenant’s right to quiet enjoyment?
The recent case in the High Court of Timothy Taylor Limited v Mayfair House Corporation and another  EWHC 1075 raised some interesting legal questions. Timothy Taylor Limited had a 20 year lease to occupy a ground floor and basement of premises…
In England and Wales it is estimated that around 25% of all commercial properties have an energy efficiency rating of ‘F’ or ‘G’. Subject to certain exemptions, new energy efficiency laws which come into effect in England and Wales…
As the largest manufacturing centre in the country, the Leeds City Region is continuing to export its skills in advanced engineering around the world.
Yorkshire is renowned for its high number of innovative and entrepreneurial companies, but what makes these businesses different?
Introduction Welcome to the Summer 2018 edition of the Clarion property newsletter. This month Marcus Watson, Grace Allison and Lucinda Ross take a look at three diverse topics. As the Grenfell Tower Inquiry gets underway, we look at the questi…
Experienced real estate lawyer Eve Gregory has joined Clarion’s growing property team as a legal director and the firm has also appointed Marcus Watson as an associate. With almost 25 years’ experience in private practice, including 17 years …
Welcome to the autumn edition of the Clarion Property Newsletter. Our property and property finance teams continue to grow and we are taking this opportunity to introduce two of our new recruits. Philip Dine has joined our banking and finance team as a le…
Sophie Morley has joined Clarion’s growing property team as a legal director. Having worked in property litigation for more than 15 years, Sophie has extensive experience in all areas of real estate litigation. She trained and qualified …
Clarion's property department is delighted to announce the launch of a new quarterly commercial property newsletter.
Integral blind fabricator Morley Glass & Glazing has moved into a new 40,000sq ft factory and office space in Leeds in a deal supported by legal firm Clarion which sees the company invest over £1m, tripling its manufacturing footprint as well as creating eight new jobs.
Troy Foods expands to new £2m distribution hub with the help of the Clarion’s commercial property team
Third generation family business Troy Foods has just secured a five year lease on a new £2m distribution hub, with assistance from Clarion Commercial Property Lawyers Leeds.
Clarion has further strengthened its commercial property team with the appointment of Ben Lamb as partner.
Clarion has boosted its property team with the appointment of Lindsay Texel, an experienced commercial property lawyer, who joins as partner.
Our property experts are urging developers to take advantage of ‘the dawn of a golden age in planning’ by progressing residential developments over the next 18 months.
Marie Pugh in the property team advises Prospect Business Centres
Leeds-based bed company Harrison Spinks is continuing its quest for sustainability by investing in 56 acres of North Yorkshire woodland from which it will harvest timber for use in the manufacture of its custom built beds.