Why Is Conveyancing So Important

Combined with the new premises we are providing across the region through our Factories First initiative, the site will ensure that this part of the region can compete much more effectively than in previous years.

The major demolition and reconstruction scheme at St Catherine’s House, former home of births, deaths and marriage registrations, is the latest in the company’s long tradition of preserving some of the capital’s best-loved features. Awarded by Inassist Ltd, the contract involves building the shell and core for a new 22,000 square metre office development with nine storeys plus a basement behind the existing retained frontage. Enact Conveyancing Sydney is not just one step or process but a series of them which are loosely clubbed under this heading.

 Phase 1 of the works to the site is due to start in the new year and will include demolition of all buildings, excluding the officers Mess and Seaton Pool, the roundabout cast/west from Tavistock Road to Brest construction of a newroad and provision of essential services to the Road with traffic lights at Tavistock Road an site.

Outline planning permission has already been give), for the improvements, subject to 106 agreements. Kvaerner Trollope Colls has been awarded a 30 million office redevelopment contract involving restoration of a massive landmark frontage on the corner of Kingsway and the Aldwych.We’re delighted to have secured such an important asset for the region.

The major demolition and reconstruction scheme at St Catherine’s House, former home of births, deaths and marriage registrations, is the latest in the company’s long tradition of preserving some of the capital’s best-loved features. Awarded by Inassist Ltd, the contract involves building the shell and core for a new 22,000 square metre office development with nine storeys plus a basement behind the existing retained frontage. It gives Devon and Cornwall an excellent start within the new Regional Development Agency.


Solicitors’ advice in Conveyancing process

Jones Lang Wooton acted for Slough Estates and are retained as the letting agents for Centennial Park. Chartered Surveyors Dreweatt Neate advise that business rates could be cut for hundreds of buildings in a poor state of repair following a landmark lands tribunal decision. The recent Benjamin -v- Anston Properties case involved a 1960s office building in Brighton.

David Stubbs, Associate at Dreweatt Neate at their Chippenham office, comments: The ,principles established by this landmark case will have a far reaching effect with financial implications for both ratepayers and the government. The rateable value was set at £1 compared to the original assessment of £272,000. Contact our skilled and highly qualified real estate property conveyancers before buying or selling your property. The Valuation Office claimed that in assessing the rateable value it should be assumed that the property had been repaired before considering the rent. The ratepayer successfully argued that the occupier should be expected to spend only as much as it could benefit from in one year.

Rate payers occupying dilapidated buildings should take professional advice from a Chartered Surveyor on the opportunities for seeking a reduction in their rates bill.  Land Securities has fully let its 790 sq m (8,500 sq ft) mixed use redevelopment at 219-223 High Street, Cheltenham. The scheme comprises two shops on ground and first floors with five self-contained flats at second floor level.

Bodycare (Health & Beauty) Ltd has leased 221 High Street, comprising 157 sq m (1,690 sq ft) on the ground floor with 126 sq m (1,358 sq ft) on the first floor on a 15 year lease at a rent of £65,000 p.a. 223 High Street, comprising 153 sq m (1,647 sq ft) on the ground floor with 148 sq m (1,593 sq ft) on the first floor has been let to outdoor clothing and equipment retailer, The Trekkit Company Ltd, on a 15 year lease at an average rent of £64,900 p.a.

The five residential units totalling 229 sq m (2,464 sq ft) have been let on a new 30-year lease to Sovereign Housing Association who will use the appartments for a private rented housing project. Land Securities was represented by King Sturge & Co and Nicholas J Upton & Partners and by Simon Pontifex & Associates on the residential element.


Conveyancing Process and property Solicitors

JJB Sports represented themselves and Be Wise were advised by Johnson Fellows. Other recent letting have been to Game and Paco and existing tenants such as Thorntons are expanding into larger units. The catering operator Sidoli’s are currently refurbishing, and upgrading their unit. Guy Williams at USS says We are delighted to welcome JJB Sports to The Telford Shopping Centre. Football figures at Telford are already up on 10% from last year and with the arrival of JJB Sports we are confident this figure will continue to increase.   Our settlement agents or conveyancers help you in all the matters related to property Conveyancing works.

The single level covered shopping centre extends to over 50 acres and constitutes Telford’s principle town centre retailing. Other facilities at Telford include a créche, an award winning parent room and a shopmobility centre. DTZ Debenham Thorpe advised USS as letting agents for the scheme.  The Contractual Role of Construction Programmes is available by ringing the CIOB on 01344 630737 and costs £20. Slough Estates has agreed the letting of the first unit in the initial phase of its new business park development at Centennial Park in EIstree, Hertfordshire.

Commenting on the letting, John Heawood, Slough Estates’ UK Development & Leasing Director said: 1 am delighted that we have secured such an important letting at this early stage in the construction programme.This is the latest of the Occasional Papers published by the CIOB which provide an outlet for innovation and new practice in construction.

Blitz, a film and media company which is a subsidiary.  of Visual Action, is to acquire 100 Centennial Park, a 3,217 sq m (34.630 sq ft) warehouse/production unit with 25% office content. The unit not scheduled for completion until May 1998, is the largest individual property in the first phase and represents 30% of the development.

It is particularly gratifying that our first occupier, Blitz, should have its background in the film and media industry which has traditionally such an important role in the economy of the surrounding region. Visual Action, which has acquired a 25 year lease on the property, at an initial rent of £86.11 sq m (£8 per sq ft, was advised by DTZ Debenham Thorpe and Lambeth Smith Hampton.