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Office Leasing Specialists

Leasing out an office space’s business interiors is a great alternative to purchasing an office, plus it can free up cash reserves. If you are looking for space to lease, or have office facilities available to lease out, please contact us today.

Not everyone can afford to purchase an office in the big city, but some businesses have no choice. To start out there, our office leasing services are available to you.

Do you have or need to lease an office?

We can help you with the process of finding an office or setting up your office for leasing.

Why consider leasing?

Sole-traders, small business and companies that are not looking for a permanent office space can all benefit from an experienced office-leasing expert to find and secure their perfect office space.  The advantages of leasing a property include maximum versatility – less hassle when you want to move on, upgrade or expand – and additional experts on your side when it comes to organising repairs, refits, installations and other services related to your physical premises and office furniture and equipment.

Leasing your office space, or the furniture and equipment inside it also allows you to upgrade more easily and for less financial outlay, as well as freeing up cash reserves to give you more of a level playing field for your business. Ask one of our experts to talk you through the process, and how we can help you with your office leasing needs.

Experience the freedom of leasing an office with the help of One to One Business Interiors by booking your no-obligation initial consultation today!

Frequently Asked Questions

A licence is required for a non-exclusive, short-term agreement, typically lasting six months or less. It is normally subject to a short termination period of around one month and has a low initial cost, such as one month’s rent. Typical licensed premises might comprise a small office unit or one-room workshop contained within a larger commercial building. Often, selected support services are included in the deal, such as security personnel and a receptionist.

For longer, more complex agreements, a lease agreement comes into play. This is for bigger operations, e.g. when an entire office block or floor is rented, or when an organisation wishes to retain the lease for a much longer period that could last years or even decades. Whichever service you require, we can help you get your head around the red tape and ensure you understand your rights and responsibilities before you sign on the dotted line.

A survey is always a good idea, as it offers peace of mind that your lease is for somewhere in good condition and suitable for your needs. You will be responsible for ensuring the property is returned to its owner in a suitable condition at the end of your licence or lease, so arranging a survey at the start protects you from being landed with repairs that should have been completed by the landlord before you moved in. Office repairs can also disrupt your business operations quite significantly, so it’s best to be warned about any potential problems in advance.

While costs will obviously vary, depending on the size, location, facilities and services provided at your chosen premises, there will be a number of initial costs to bear in mind. These include the lease purchase price and legal fees, both yours and often the landlord’s. You should also budget for professional services, such as surveying and interior design, as well as Stamp Duty Land Tax, Land Registry fees, security deposits and the first period’s rent up front as laid out in the lease agreement.

On-going costs must also be forecast and budgeted for. These typically include things like on-going rent, service charges, building insurance, taxes, utilities and other running costs and the cost of repairs, maintenance and refurbishment.

Service charges are communal services covered by the landlord and provided to you and any other tenants on the premises. They could include personnel, such as receptionists, security guards and cleaners, as well as car parking facilities, storage rooms, catering and utilities. Service charges are normally presented as an additional bill to allow you to work out exactly how they are broken down. There is sometimes scope to negotiate a discount on service charges, especially if you don’t plan to use certain services. Some landlords are also happy to agree on a service charge cap to keep your on-going costs low. If you have any concerns about proposed service charges included in your lease, let us know and we can help you navigate your way to an acceptable deal.

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