Gwent Commercial Tenancy Forum – 26 October 2016

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Following the success of our bi-monthly landlord forum, we have arranged a commercial tenancy forum for local business owners who are currently renting their commercial premises. Our aim is to keep you up to date with the latest tenancy legislation, give you the opportunity to speak to other local tenants and provide you with free access to professional and relevant advice.

Like the Gwent Landlord Forum, our Gwent Commercial Tenancy Forum will be held at The Parkway Hotel and Spa on Wednesday 28th September between 6pm and 8pm.

Speakers include:

Andy Harvie, Director of TPG Consulting Ltd

TPG Consulting Limited are a national firm of Chartered Building Surveyors and Project Managers with offices in Cardiff and Manchester.

Andy formed TPG in February 2012 after spending more than 18 years in the retail and leisure sector running building & facilities departments for blue chip organisations that provide a full range of building surveying and FM services. Andy has been a Chartered Building Surveyor since 1996 and more recently, Andy’s broad range of experience has found him providing solutions to clients with complex multi-site property requirements in the areas of refurbishment and maintenance as well as providing professional services for clients in the areas of dilapidation’s and party wall matters.

Andy will be focussing his presentation of dilapidation’s for the purpose of this particular event.

Craig Wyer, Branch Manager for Handelsbanken, Newport

Craig will be discussing the funding that banks, in general, are able offer to business owners and commercial tenants in the current economic climate.  If you have any questions along these lines, please do bring them along to be answered.

 

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For any enquiries about this event, please contact Katie Williams at Green & Co on 01633 871122, Email: katie@greenandco.com.

Please note: This article is a commentary on general principles and should not be interpreted as advice for your specific situation.

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