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New seminar - From boom to bust: The growing case for recycling office buildings

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With more than 40% of the total available office space in Leeds City Centre comprising poorer-quality, inefficient stock, owners of commercial property are finding it harder than ever to attract occupiers to their existing buildings.

With more than 40% of the total available office space in Leeds City Centre comprising poorer-quality, inefficient stock, owners of commercial property are finding it harder than ever to attract occupiers to their existing buildings.

This provides an ideal opportunity for landlords and developers to think about ways in which they can modernise their buildings and, in turn, make them more sustainable.

This joint Clarion and Lambert Smith Hampton seminar will look at the demand for refurbished office space in Leeds city centre and identify the key factors which determine a building’s suitability for refurbishment.

The seminar will also examine the impact of the ‘Green’ agenda on future occupier activity.

Availability is limited, to secure your place please contact Jenny Rennocks (jenny.rennocks@clarionsolicitors.com) by Friday 15 April. 

Event and booking details

Date:  Wednesday 4 May 2011

Timings:  08.00 - 10.00
Breakfast will be served from 08.00 during registration and the seminar will commence at 08.30

Location: Lambert Smith Hampton office
Ground Floor, 9 Bond Court, Leeds LS1 2JZ