g after the June 2016 Brexit vote.
Buying and developing a new commercial property is no small undertaking.
You have the date circled on your calendar. It is the day your company begins its commercial relocation.
Your company has purchased a piece of land and is now in the midst of its very first building project.
If it seems like the UK commercial property market is constantly on a roller coaster ride, your perceptions are correct.
Your company is in the midst of an expansion project. You have found and acquired the ideal piece of property and now you are ready to begin the design and build stage.
To hear a lot of business and commercial property experts speak in the weeks immediately following the Brexit vote, one would think that commercial property in cities like London and Manchester was on the verge of collapse.
Commercial relocations are almost always driven by business decisions.
In light of the case local planning authorities will need to think carefully about how they apply local plan policies requiring financial contributions.