landlord & tenant
Our dedicated Lease Advisory team has the specialist skills and experience to deal with all commercial landlord and tenant matters, advising clients across all sectors of the property market both Regionally and Nationally.
Roger Hannah & Co can help with rent reviews, lease renewals, restructuring/re-gearing or surrender of leases, assignments and sub-lettings as well as general advice on all lease related matters and Landlord & Tenant issues or disputes.
With a combined experience of over 80 years across all property sectors, we offer a personal service with an outstanding track record giving you peace of mind and the ability to move forward.
Comprehensive range of services & areas of expertise:
- Rent Reviews
- Lease Renewals
- Expert Witness
- Lease Restructuring / Re-gearing
- Lease Surrender
- Assignments & Sublettings
- General Lease Consultancy
Please contact the team directly for free consultation 0161 429 1670
Latest Case studiesTrade Counter Success for Manchester » 2nd June 2017
The Landlord & Tenant Department at Roger Hannah & Co has successfully negotiated rent terms for a 5 year lease with a national operator in Manchester for a 13,500sqft unit, achieving an overall increase of 9.4% in the annual rent.Cold Food = Hot Property » 19th August 2016
Another successfully negotiated renewal terms for a new 10 year lease to a National Cold Store and Food Distributor, achieving an overall increase of 8.75% in the annual rent. Roger Hannah & Co = Happy Owners.High Street Shop, Didsbury » 15th July 2015
Acting for the landlords in a lease renewal, we successfully negotiated a 25% increase in the rent
Latest NewsRoger Hannah & Co – Hits No 2 Nationwide » 10th July 2017
We are the second highest growing practice of chartered surveyors Nationwide!Trade Counter Success for Manchester » 2nd June 2017
The focussed Landlord & Tenant Department at Roger Hannah & Co has successfully negotiated rent terms for a 5 year lease with a national operator in Manchester for a 13,500sqft unit, achieving an overall increase of 9.4% in the annual rent.The Business Rates Revaluation will have an Impact on Tenants Statutory Compensation. » 8th November 2016
The Business Rates revaluation should be taken into account by Landlords when considering the amount of tenant's statutory compensation payable under the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954.
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