Worried By Rising Rents In The City?

29th August 2014
Worried By Rising Rents In The City?

The latest figures from EGi’s property research and information house show that nearly 1m sq ft was placed under offer in Q2 2014 in the City of London; the highest level of quarterly activity since its heady pre-recession peak in 2008.

With forecasters predicting at least 12 months of constrained supply levels it can be expected that landlords will seek to agree higher rents and lower leasing inducements on new lettings, lease renewals or rent reviews.

Newton Perkins’ across the board professional advice will help protect occupiers from the more outlandish claims by landlords. If you are interested or concerned please see some of the areas in which we can assist:

Office Acquisition  

Rent Reviews & Lease Restructuring


For preliminary advice pertaining to any of the above, please do not hesitate to contact Jon Beilin, David Alcock or Harry Trotter.


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