Twenty3 targets greenest office credentials
Twenty3 Brunswick Place in the heart of Southampton is undergoing a complete refurbishment to create brand new Grade A office space with sustainability at its core.
Dorset industrial market strong, but supply needed
Since the start of the pandemic the industrial market has consistently outperformed other commercial property sectors, both in Dorset and throughout the UK, buoyed by the effects of Brexit on UK supply chains and the pandemic on online retail.
New depot secured for Abellio London Bus
Abellio will be moving to Hayes after Vail Williams sourced the site and secured planning permission for the bus company.
New senior planner for Vail Williams’ Gatwick team
With in-depth experience in major strategic planning applications, Iain Williams joins the Gatwick team as a senior planner.
Thames Valley workplace transformation underway
Thames Valley Property Report: Jan-Jun 2021
The first six months of 2021 saw businesses across the Thames Valley begin to rethink their future workplace strategy for a post-pandemic world.
Property management appointment at light-industrial scheme
Kingsbridge Estates appoints the Vail Williams property asset management team at Concorde Park
Industrial investment sold for £495,000 on Ferndown Industrial Estate
Vail Williams increases their standing across Dorset with the investment sale at Ferndown Industrial Estate
Why your business needs a distinct property strategy for the City
The London office market has always been distinct from that elsewhere in the UK, but prior to the pandemic, the main differentiator for occupiers was based on convenience, prestige and work force. The downside to this was the price that had to be paid.
NPPF – a new dawn or a missed opportunity?
A new version of England's national planning policy document (NPPF) was published by the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government on 20 July. This follows a consultation on proposed revisions to the NPPF, published earlier in the year.
Rent reviews: Upwards-only, RPI-linked, fixed or turnover?
Commercial leases that are longer than five years normally have rent reviews at regular intervals, which is the landlord’s opportunity to change the rent and put it back to the market.