Commercial Tenancy Forum Launches

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Last weeks edition of the South Wales Argus features an article on our new Commercial Tenancy Forum.

Organisers of the Gwent Landlord Forum have launched a sister-event aimed at the commercial market.

The first Gwent Commercial Tenancy Forum will be held at the Parkway Hotel, Cwmbran, on Tuesday 20th June from 6.30-8.30pm. The event will inform local business owners who currently rent their commercial premises to keep up-to-date on the latest tenancy legislation.

Cwmbran-based Rubin Lewis O’Brien and Green & Co Accountants and Tax Advisors are behind the successful residential event.

Sam George, Managing Partner at Rubin Lewis O’Brien, said: “We’re really excited to launch the Gwent Commercial Tenancy Forum and we hope that it will continue to build on our already successful residential landlord forum.

“This is set to be a fantastic opportunity for commercial tenants to learn of the support and funding that is available to them. We aim to ensure both tenants and landlords are fully informed on all aspects of commercial lettings.”

The guest speaker will be Andy Harvie, Director of TPG Consulting, a group of Chartered Building Surveyors who offer property professionals expert advice on all building and property related matters. Mr. Harvie’s range of experience has seen him offer solutions to clients with complex requirements, his talk will focus on the the dilapidations of commercial properties.

Mr George continued: “We are keen to continue informing both commercial tenants and residential landlords that there is available support to all parties. Andy is an experienced and knowledgeable professional who will be able to help those in commercial lets understand the continually changing policies and the potential financial implications.”

Please contact the organisers directly for tickets to the free event, or register online:

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/gwent-commercial-tenancy-forum-tickets-34570251553

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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