Your business premises need to work for you and your people better than ever, as you seek to entice workforces back into the office.
What you might find, however, is that your existing office space or building may not meet your needs anymore.
It might not have the quality of facilities and fittings that you want to offer your people, it could be too large now that you are embracing a hybrid working model, or it might not be green enough to meet your ESG requirements.
If you have a lease break or expiry in the pipeline over the next 12-18 months, you might want to rethink your commercial premises, to ensure it is supporting your business to thrive. If it isn’t, it’s time to have a rethink.
In some instances, you might be able to negotiate with your landlord, and secure what you want from your existing building that way.
However, if that is not possible, there are some fantastic opportunities on the market which could see you relocate to a more cost-effective building offering better facilities than those you have now.
Of course, the prospect of having to relocate is a potentially daunting one, but if planned effectively, and with the right advice, there is no reason it can’t be a straightforward, smooth process.
So, what should you expect when searching for new premises to buy or lease?