Our rental agreements contain conditions to ensure that people are able to live fully in their homes. We respectfully ask that neighbours be taken into consideration, especially with regard to noise levels, in order to avoid avoidable quarrels. For more information on our rentals, you can see the agreement of the British Property Federation, approved below, on which we rely on our leases. Please note that this is a standard version and some agreements may vary depending on the customer`s and territory requirements. If you have any questions about rentals, please call a member of our rental team on 0345 873 6556. We also provided information on leases in Scotland. 2. The lease is an evolution of the Code for Leasing Business Premises, a voluntary agreement to which many commercial owners and municipalities are committed. In her report on British high streets, Mary Portas described the code as an important resource that required better promotion.
One aspect of the agreement is the obligation for residents to inform us of all repair or maintenance work to be carried out. Our task is to meet the residents of the real estate that we manage and we consider the agreement as a joint effort to keep the property in a good state of repair safety. The development of the new lease was led by the Royal Institution for Chartered Surveyors (RICS), in collaboration with the British Retail Consortium and the British Property Federation. RICS members discussed the new lease, written by Nick Darby, lawyer for SNR Denton UK LLP. This rental agreement is available for download and use of everyone. It includes short-term real estate rentals – usually a few months; maybe up to two or three years. In addition, we address directly the principles of the Code for Leasing Business Premises, which was identified in the Portas Review as a turnkey tool to combat the decline of High Street. After extensive consultation and discussions with GMP members, industry experts and government officials, LES was launched on May 2, 2007. On December 1, 2005, the GMP announced its success and launched the 15-month project to develop the lessor`s energy declarations (LES) a week later. It was agreed that the results should help members meet the requirements of the Energy Performance Of Buildings Directive.
Name: Joanna Fletcher Job Title: BIS Press Officer Division: Department for Business, Innovation and Skills Phone: 020 7215 5951 Email: Joanna.Fletcher@bis.gsi.gov.uk The story doesn`t end there. Work to develop the LES project and extend its use to other types of buildings continues. By simplifying the leasing process for homeowners and small entrepreneurs, we hope to support SMEs and boost britain`s Uk High Street in times of decline – thus contributing to the UK`s overall economic productivity.