We’re commercial property landlords and have been for more than 50 years. What does that mean? It means we’ve helped scores of start-ups find their first home. It means we’ve got many years of experience in placing an existing businesses in new premises. It means we’re great at finding places and spaces that match a business’ needs.
And it’s all underpinned by our love for property. We love property. We love stylish offices, as well as ordinary ones. We love shops in Shoreditch, for shoe retailers or baristas. We love warehouses, whether newly renovated or in need of some TLC. We love industrial units for international innovators developing the next tech sensation. We love one-bed residential flats for young professionals. We even love car parks. Someone has to.
We’re equal opportunity property loving landlords.
And why does it matter that we're landlords? It means we’re not agents for a start. We’re commercial property landlords, which means you rent offices, shops, warehouses, storage spaces, restaurants, or any business space you can think of from us and we look after you for as long as you’re there.
We don’t care about the next deal. We don’t just rent to you and move on. We care about our tenants and we like to make you happy – and keep you that way. It makes you stay as our tenants. Fiendish plan, eh?
We’ve got hundreds of properties all over London. We can find a home for just about any kind of business in existence, or even a flat for yourself. Go on, try and think of a business we can’t accommodate. (As long as it’s nothing to do with nuclear power!)
We’ve also got commercial properties all over the UK, so expanding your business to other locations with our help is a possibility too.
It’s simple. We’re all about giving your business the right space to succeed. That’s it.
Think we can help you? Give us a call, send an email or pop in for a chat – or if you want to put a name to a face first, click here to meet the team.
(Oh, and if you need to know the corporate stuff, we were established in 1965 as part of the Structadene Group.)