Expert commercial property advice on offer at Rotherwas

Expert advice on changes to energy efficiency rules, as well as on valuable options for keeping property portfolios flexible, will be on offer from lawyers at Harrison Clark Rickerbys inc Gordon Lutton in two seminars at the Business Solutions Centre at Rotherwas on Thursday 16 November.

Aimed at property professionals, the seminars are run by the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS).

Harriet Murray-Jones, Partner

Harriet Murray Jones, the firm’s Head of Real Estate in Herefordshire and the Wye Valley, will give an overview of the Minimum Energy Efficiency Standard (MEES) regulations which will affect landlords and property managers from April next year.

She will deal with landords’ obligations, the kind of work which may need to be carried out to meet the new regulations, who is exempt, the effect on commercial leases of all kinds, and practical solutions for property owners.

Colleague Anthony Goodfellow will follow on with advice in how to use ‘break clauses’, which enable landlords or tenants to end a lease early. These clauses are now common in leases to provide some flexibility in property management, but are not always handled well – he will give advice on how to use them properly and add some tactical advice.

To attend, please use the links http://www.rics.org/uk/training-events/conferences-seminars/cpd-foundation-seminars/breakoptions-in-commercial-leases/hereford/ and https://www.rics.org/uk/training-events/conferences-seminars/cpd-foundation-seminars/minimum-energy-efficiency-standards/hereford/