The retail sector is a vibrant marketplace that is constantly changing.
Whether you are a developer or landlord providing retail space or a retailer occupying space we have the experience and range of services to respond to you requirements throughout the property lifecycle.
If you are acquiring a shop or taking out a lease on a retail space you want to ensure it meets your needs and will not be a cause of any unexpected expense in the future.
Our building surveys will give you a full picture of the property before you make a commitment and a condition survey will protect your position for dilapidations.
As an owner or leaseholder you have statutory duties to protect those who visit your premises or work there. Our statutory compliance review will ensure you comply with relevant legislation. Fire Risk Assessments, a requirement for all premises and access consultancy services will ensure your facility is safe, and fully accessible to all.
We can undertake a planned maintenance survey to help you plan expenditure to keep your buildings in serviceable condition.
Should you need space to grow, a feasibility study will allow you to consider your options. If new premises or an extension is required we can support your project as part of a design team as cost consultants and manage health and safety as CDM 2015 advisors.
Our experienced professionals can also manage the design process, obtain planning permission and steer your project to a successful completion as project managers.
We have the experience and expertise to be the ideal property partner to help your business grow.
“The retail sector is a rapidly changing marketplace where even some of the big retailers have found that if they don’t adapt their businesses they find themselves in trouble.
Retail space should also be designed in a way that promotes an enjoyable hassle free experience and be specially tailored to the product being sold in that space. The cost of the fit out needs to reflect the quality of the products being sold.
And it should be environmentally friendly. Many retailers see the extent of their carbon footprint as being a selling point to customers.“ Simon Jacklin, Senior Partner