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Advice to owners and occupiers at the time of a rent review or lease renewal is a key specialism of Blackwell Consulting.
Recent instructions include rent reviews on property in Cambridge, Ely, Huntingdon, Grantham and Peterborough. When acting for tenants we have recently been fortunate to be able to negotiate a number of nill or "small" increase rent reviews.
Managing Director, Martin Blackwell BSc(Hons) LL.M FRICS, commenced his professional career undertaking rent review and lease renewal work for Prudential Portfolio Managers, one of the major Institutional landlords in the Country. This type of work remains a key area of interest. Martin is one of a relatively few Surveyors to hold an LL.M in Advanced Commercial Property Law (with commendation), he has experience of acting as an Independent Expert and of presenting evidence in Court.

Example Rent Review Instructions
Property Location Type
Elizabeth House and Brunswick House, Cambridge.
In excess of 32,ooo square feet
Office rent reviews.

Large scale air-conditioned accommodation with parking.
Monkstone House, Peterborough.

Mid 1980's large City Centre building.

Purpose built office accommodation.
High Street, St Neots.

Prosperous Market Town.

Prime pitch for centre retail rent review.
Westwood Peterborough.

Older large industrial complex.

A large arrangement and collecton of industrial buildings held under one lease.
Cowgate, Peterborough.

Secondary city centre location.

Leisure trade rent review.
If you have a particular problem and wish to talk about our experience in the relevant sector or location, please telephone for a without obligation discussion - 01733 865091 - professional department.

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