Tenants & Occupiers
We work with our clients across London and the UK spanning a multitude of sectors.
You can rely on Boodle Hatfield to guide and support you:
- From first time acquisition through to larger scale expansion
- Throughout the entire process, from agreeing heads of terms through to moving in
- In negotiations on timescales, budgets and requirements
- In giving advice on lease renewals, rent reviews, assignments, alterations and contractual disputes
- On exit strategies and ending leases.
In the Financial Times, Associate, David Rawlence reflects on how Coronavirus has shaken up the commercial property landscape, resulting in substantial quantities of office space being put out of use, which has been particularly evident in smaller cities and outer London suburbs.Read more 8 min read 12 Nov 2021 What do the Government proposals for the new arbitration scheme to deal with rent arrears that accrued during the COVID-19 pandemic mean for landlords and tenants?
On 9 November 2021, the Government presented the Commercial Rent (Coronavirus) Bill to Parliament providing the detail of the proposed arbitration scheme to deal with rent arrears that accrued during the COVID-19 pandemic. Whilst this is subject to change before it becomes law, it contains significant proposals that will affect both landlords and tenants. The Government also published a new Code of practice for commercial property relationships.Read more 3 min read 05 Nov 2021 Boodle Hatfield acts on the sale of a prime Central London development site with a development value in excess of £1 billion
Boodle Hatfield LLP have advised on the sale of 18 Blackfriars Road, a development site in a prime Central London location which has planning consent for a mixed-use scheme with an estimated gross development value of in excess of £1 billion.Read more 4 min read 29 Oct 2021 The Autumn Budget: Residential Property Developer Tax (RPDT)
A key announcement in the Autumn Budget speech was the confirmation that the new Residential Property Developer Tax (RPDT) will apply at a rate of 4% to affected companies.Read more