Category Archive: Property Industry News

NG’s Management Team Potential ‘Re-Leased’ with Major Investment in Cloud Software

We’ve recently announced a major capital investment in the market-leading management software Re-Leased, as we continue to grow our management department. After extensive research, we chose Re-Le...

James Steps up to Shareholder at NG

One of the fastest-rising stars in the East Midlands commercial property sector has been promoted to shareholding director at Nottingham-based NG Chartered Surveyors. After joining NG just two year...

The Future Is Coming – Is the Property Industry Ready?

Our director Sunny Landa recently attended the World Built Environment Forum at the RICS Summit in London. Here are three things he learned about the way we'll work in the future. 1. Infrastructure I...

Mind the Gap: How Women Can Prosper in Commercial Property

There is no doubt that a gender pay gap exists in the commercial property industry. This presents issues for the sector, because if it wants to attract the very best talent, it must offer equal pay fo...

Only One Third of Commercial Property Tenants Are Currently Renewing Their Leases

Only one third of commercial property tenants are currently renewing their leases. The first thing to strike me about this fact was simply: why? The second is: What should landlords be doing to cha...

NG Surgery Ensures Right Prescription for Property Professionals

A packed room of advisers from Nottingham's professional sector joined NG to learn key insights and best practice for landlords and investors at our first ever 'surgery' this week. Held at the one ...

Something for Nothing: How Rent-Free Periods Can Work for Landlords

We've all heard the expression "you don't get something for nothing", but, in the world of commercial property that's not strictly true. One way a landlord can lure in a tenant is to offer them ren...

It’s Hotting Up for EPCs

Over the last couple of months I have been to a number of seminars on EPCs (Energy Performance Certificates) and MEES (Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards). EPCs have been around for a number a years ...

Nottingham’s A-Grade Office Space Shortage Set to Impact on City Growth

Nottingham city centre as a base for growing and established businesses is at risk. We’re not being sensationalist here – we’re looking at the facts following a continual decline in Nottingham'...

Commercial Property Fees: It’s About Value, Not Cost

It's not often you'll hear a commercial property agent quoting Oscar Wilde, but there is rarely a greater truism than the playwright's famous "Nowadays people know the price of everything and the valu...

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