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  1. NEW FACE WITHIN THE MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT

    Laurence Walker has joined Lichfield based Chartered Surveyors Kingston CPC, and will be working within their busy Property Management Department. Laurence joins with an experienced background in construction and facilities management and will primarily have the task of dealing with repairs and maintenance issues to their large portfolio of managed Commercial and Industrial Property. Andrew Price, [...]

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  2. SECTION 25 AND 26 NOTICES

    Section 25 Notices – Landlords This is the relevant Section of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 which you need to use to bring a commercial tenancy within the 1954 Act to an end. You can either propose new terms for renewal or object to a tenant renewing their lease, but any objections are specifically [...]

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  3. BACK ON THE MARKET – UNIT IN TAMWORTH

    Unit I Riverside Industrial Estate, Tamworth has unexpectedly come back to the market. This modern detached warehouse/industrial unit comprises:  6.1m minimum eaves height to underside of haunch rising to 8.5m at the apex 1 no. level access loading doors Two storey office block  Secure self contained yard  On-site parking and vehicle loading Total area: 753 [...]

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  4. OFFICE SUITE TO LET IN A PROMINENT VILLAGE LOCATION

    Kingston CPC has been instructed to market a well-appointed, self-contained office suite in the village of Alrewas. First Floor Bank House is prominently situated on Main Street, close to the village shops. Accordingly, whilst set in a village location, the property affords quick access to/from the A38 for Lichfield, Burton and the surrounding area. The [...]

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  5. DRAFT RATEABLE VALUE LIST OUT NOW

    From 1st April 2017, there will be a new Rating List covering all property in England and Wales. You can now obtain prior notice of your draft Rateable Value from April 2017 via the Valuation Office website. Please contact us for assistance with logging into the draft List so that we can check your Rateable Value and [...]

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  6. CONFUSED WITH TERMINOLOGY?

    Searching for office space? Wondering whether to consider “all-inclusive” or a conventional Lease? All-inclusive The term “all-inclusive” is usually used for offices where landlords/tenants are looking for a short term agreement with flexibility. All-inclusive rents may include the following:- Rent Service Charge Lighting Heating Business Rates Buildings Insurance Electricity These all-inclusive agreements are intended where service and facilities [...]

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  7. KINGSTON CHOSEN TO ACT FOR SOUTH STAFFORDSHIRE COLLEGE

    Kingston CPC is pleased to have been selected by South Staffordshire College to act in respect of the sale of its Progress Centre premises in Cannock. The purpose built College was constructed in 2002 and provides an arrangement of flexible floorspace divided into workshops, teaching rooms, offices and ancillary facilities. The total floor area is [...]

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  8. BUILDINGS INSURANCE – VALUE OR REPLACEMENT COST?

    Often there is a misinterpretation for the purposes of buildings insurance relating to the sum to insure a property for. People often confuse the word ‘value’ as opposed to the ‘reinstatement cost’ of the property. We prefer to use the phrase ‘reinstatement cost’ as this reflects the true cost of reinstating the property if there [...]

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  9. TWO NEW TENANTS FOR MARCHINGTON INDUSTRIAL ESTATE

    Two new tenants have recently signed up for Marchington Industrial Estate in Staffordshire where Kingston CPC are joint letting agents on behalf of Hortons’ Estate Ltd. Brit European Transport has moved into a 5,694 sq.ft. unit with a substantial yard area at the estate on a new ten-year lease. Hortons’ constructed the property on behalf [...]

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  10. KINGSTON SELL FORMER IMI NORGREN SITE IN LICHFIELD

    Kingston CPC – acting jointly with London based Howell Brookes and Partners, has recently sold the former IMI Norgren property on Eastern Avenue in Lichfield. The site had been in the ownership of IMI from the early 1960’s when development started. Over the years a number of extensions and alterations were undertaken resulting in the [...]

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