Commercial Property


Making the most of your Retail Space | Commercial property

High business rates, slowing consumer spending, online shopping etc. the difficulties facing retailers appear to be ever present and continually increasing with no silver bullet in sight.  Despite the difficulties however there are some shining lights, both big and small with success stories to be found where retailers have adapted to the current market and…

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Midlands furniture company quadruples workforce | Commercial property

With help from Thursfields Solicitors… A Midlands furniture designer and manufacturer has more than quadrupled its workforce in the last two years after an expansion assisted by Thursfields Solicitors. JDD Furniture Ltd, founded by Walsall school friends Joe Duffell and James Mercy in 2009, specialises in bespoke, high-quality furniture for modern, open plan offices. The…

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Heads of terms | Commercial property

Heads of Terms – What are they, why should we have them and are they enforceable? Heads of Terms are a document that sets out key terms in a transaction; they are commonly used in commercial transactions such as property purchases, sales and leases. Heads of Terms can include the following fundamental information:- The parties…

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Promotion Agreements – Commercial property

are they a good option for Landowners? With rising housing demand, landowners are in a strong position to realise the development potential of their land. Promotion Agreements are just one of the ways in which landowners can work with land “Promoters” to achieve this. How does it work? The Promoter will agree to draw up…

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Thursfields solicitors help family-run business

Family-run kitchen design and installation business expands into Birmingham, helped by Thursfields A family-owned kitchen design and installation business has opened its brand new base in Birmingham, having been assisted by Thursfields Solicitors. Classic Interiors, which was founded in Redditch in 1987 and already has showrooms there, and in Solihull and Worcester, opened its fourth…

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Thursfields advise landowners | Commercial property

Thursfields advises landowners and tenants to seek advice as 5G roll-out begins The roll-out of super-fast 5G mobile technology starting this summer is likely to lead to an increased demand for telecommunications agreements. John McLean from Thursfields’ Birmingham office, who is head of the TMT team and an expert in the telecoms sector, notes that…

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New commercial property solicitor appointed at Thursfields

Thursfields Solicitors has appointed an additional lawyer in to its Commercial Property department, working principally from the Birmingham office. Parmveer Virdee, who studied law in the city at the University of Birmingham and the University of Law, joins Thursfields from Pickerings in Tamworth. Her appointment further strengthens the Commercial Property team which has once again…

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All Electric dealership accelerates into a new era-Commercial property law

All Electric dealership aided by Thursfields… Thursfields Solicitors has helped All Electric Garages Group plc’s Kidderminster Hyundai dealership launch into a new era with jobs created and a trio of new sites on the Worcester Road. A £400,000 investment programme over the last year has seen the company move its dealership from its former site…

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Landlords and their obligations | Commercial property law

Do landlords now have an obligation to make their rented properties energy efficient? Yes, but if you’re a landlord you’ll be glad to hear this is only to a certain degree. The snappily titled Energy Efficiency (Private Rented Property) (England and Wales) Regulations were introduced in 2015, with the aim of addressing the least energy…

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Unpaid Rent – Dispute Resolution

Landlords be Careful Before You Act… Landlords of commercial premises want to ensure that a tenant is paying rent and all other sums due under the lease. When this does not happen there are various options open to landlords. To start with, what do you want to achieve? Do you want the property back? Alternatively,…

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Dispute Resolutions

Court ruling makes it harder for landlords to refuse tenants new leases, Thursfields warns Commercial landlords should consider their position more carefully before seeking to refuse a tenant a new tenancy on the grounds of redevelopment, according to Thursfields Solicitors. The warning from Ruth Ellway, a Senior Associate Solicitor in Thursfields’ Dispute Resolution department, comes…

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Thursfields launches specialist Retail & Leisure Team

Thursfields Solicitors has launched a new Retail & Leisure Team made up of industry specialists who can provide a one stop service for retailers and leisure operators of all shapes and sizes across the Midlands region and beyond. The team will be headed by Rob Pettigrew, a commercial property director based in Thursfields’ Solihull office. …

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