Landlord Licence Assistance
If a business that is renting a property wishes to undertake an office fit out and particularly if there is a plan to alter the layout of the premises then the tenant will require a landlord’s licence to proceed. This may be readily agreed, especially if the landlord can see that the alterations will add value to their property.
However, some landlords can be very strict about the terms they insist upon before granting a licence. For instance, they may require detailed plans to be produced showing the existing layout of their premises and how this will change when the proposed work has been completed. They may also require the tenant to reconfigure the layout back to its previous form and restore its original features should they choose to relocate their business.
Offering experience and support
At Glenside, we can not only carry out instructions for any fit out and interior alterations to the full, we can provide detailed plans and handle all negotiations with landlords, to assure a licence to alter is approved.
Some businesses will prefer to undertake all negotiations with their landlords themselves, but others find that the process can be time-consuming and sometimes frustrating.
With many years of experience in assisting businesses in moving and relocating to new premises, Glenside can offer invaluable support and advice to clients in dealing with commercial licences. We will be happy to negotiate with the landlord and produce any detailed plans required relating to the proposed alterations to the premises.
We will also ensure that our client is fully informed at every stage of the negotiating process and use our knowledge and expertise to achieve the best possible tenancy arrangement. Helping clients to deal successfully with commercial licences is one of support services that Glenside is committed to provide.