Adding value at every stage of the property lifecycle At Innes England, our extensive range of services offered by our key experienced departments, means we can provide an all-encompassing solution for a wide range of businesses across the Midlands. Working collaboratively, three of our departments - Building Consultancy, Property Asset Management, and Agency and Development have supported our client at 84 Friar Lane in Nottingham.
Our Building Consultancy team were delighted to assist by carrying out a dilapidation survey on this Grade II listed building.
Mike Thorne, Head of Building Consultancy commented:
"After completing the in-depth assessment, our team negotiated the dilapidations claim with the tenant on behalf of the landlord. This enabled the landlord to undertake the necessary external and internal repair and redecoration works. Our team were retained to project manage the works as part of an integrated, highly efficient service".
The building is now managed by our Property Asset Management department on behalf of our client on a consultancy basis.
Gary Woodward, Head of Property Asset Management commented:
"Our team is pleased to be providing a hassle-free solution, supporting our client in meeting their vacant property warranties and requirements, utility administration as well as general reactive and proactive repair issues that may arise. Once the letting has been secured we will be delighted to offer our full management service for the premises."
Our Agency and Development team is pleased to be currently marketing the property for rent.
Ross Whiting MRICS, Associate Director commented:
"The impressive 4,364 sq ft, two storey, Victorian building offers attractive architectural detail and is located in the heart of Nottingham's city centre making it an appealing office for a business. We are very pleased to be advising and acting on the behalf of our client, on the letting of this property and have already gained good levels of interest."
For more information on the rental of 84 Friar Lane, Nottingham please contact Ross Whiting.