Do A Conveyancer Plays An Equally Important Role?

Planning consultancy The Development Planning Partnership has published an article discussing the significance for retail planning of the Competition Commission’s report on supermarket competition. Written by Catherine Wood, Associate Partner in charge of DPP Glasgow office, the article looks at the findings of the report on the limited choice of supermarkets in certain areas of the UK.
During the complete process of Conveyancing the need of conveyancer is equally important. Because he makes note of all the things that are going to be included here as well note of all the things that are to be simply avoided. With any type of transaction going on there are mainly two sides which are to be completely considered here. Firstly E Conveyancing Adelaide develops a role with buyer as well he also maintains a good relation with seller during the complete process. He keeps in touch with buyer and seller throughout the process.

The former Woolworths store at 71-75 Market Place, Bexleyheath, redeveloped by Chartwell Land, has been fully let. NAI Gooch Webster, who also relocated Woolworths into the 35,000 sq ft Safeway supermarket, has agreed lettings with six new occupiers who ­between them ­ have taken a total of 1,380 sq m (12,250 sq ft).

The new tenants of the scheme are Superdrug, Sussex Stationers, Phones 4 U, Game, Argos and Reed Employment. The demand for the scheme was demonstrated by the calibre of new tenants we have secured says Paul Tickell of NAI Gooch Webster, well as the rental levels achieved.

Four of the tenants are new to Bexleyheath and two are extensions to existing stores. This must prove that the Bluewater effect only some two miles away) has had little impact on local trading conditions. Those units with frontage onto The Mall achieved in excess of £125 Zone A while those fronting Broadway have achieved £75 Zone a NAI Gooch Webster acted for Woolworths and Chartwell Land throughout the transactions; joint letting agents were Morgan Williams.

ELE international, a subsidiary of GLI International (in turn a subsidiary of Pennon group plc) has just accepted completion of a 28,500 sq.ft warehouse and office facility in Leighton Buzzard. The warehouse provides eaves of c.5.75m of effectively clear span whilst the offices are finished to a high standard with comfort cooling. The agreed rent is £l85,341 pa equating to C. £6.50 per sq.ft. The developer was Chart moor Estates Ltd of Leighton Buzzard.

Aitcheson Safety in Hemel Hempstead acted for ELE both in moving into this new facility and selling their 40,000 sq.ft warehouse and office complex in Hemel Hempstead to Decorum Council. They have now been instructed to dispose of these premises by Decorum Council on a short term letting arrangement. Aitcheson Safety has let the first speculatively built new office constructed in Hemel Hempstead for eight years.

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