Category Archive: Commercial Property

Is your property adequately insured?

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This month we’ve had no sign of a ‘flaming June’ but more ‘raining June’ as many parts of the UK have suffered extensive rainfall and unseasonably low temperatures.  The weather has served as… Continue reading

Richard Connolly Achieves MRICS Status

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Sheldon Bosley Knight is pleased to announce that Richard Connolly from our Commercial department is now a member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS).  Richard recently took the RICS Assessment of… Continue reading

Vacancy: Commercial Negotiator

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We have a fantastic opportunity for an energetic and enthusiastic individual with a strong interest in the property market to join our team in Evesham as Commercial Negotiator. Specialising in the sale of… Continue reading

The Foibles of Commercial Leases

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I make no apologies for the fact that this article is aimed at the business fraternity. We are in the middle of uncertain economic times, particularly as Brexit looms and the Politicians don’t… Continue reading

Introducing Mark Treadwell – Associate Director, Commercial Property

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We are pleased to announce that Mark Treadwell has been appointed as Associate Director within the SBK Commercial Property team.  Mark will be working with Suzanne James based in the Stratford-Upon-Avon office. Mark… Continue reading

Planning Case Study – Change of Use from Shop to Restaurant

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This project involved a change of use application from A1 (shop) to A3 (restaurant). Background: The site is located within the Great Western Arcade (GWA) in Birmingham and is currently a shop, whereas the… Continue reading

Don’t Fall Into The CDM Trap

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The latest Construction Design and Management Regulations (CDM 2015) are intended to ensure that health and safety issues are properly considered during a project’s development so that the risk of harm to those who… Continue reading

2017 Non-domestic Rates Revaluation

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Business rates (or non-domestic rates) will most likely have to be paid if you use a building for non-domestic purposes, unless certain exemptions are applicable. The Valuation Office Agency (VOA) sets the Rateable… Continue reading

Property Insurance Update

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The Insurance Act 2015 came into effect on the 12th August this year.  It requires those seeking insurance to make “fair presentation” to the insurance company. Unhelpfully this “fair presentation” is not defined… Continue reading

Stamp Duty and Leasehold Property

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It is often forgotten that Stamp Duty is payable on the grant of a lease. This is based on the net present value as calculated by HM Revenue and Customs.  So for a… Continue reading

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