Commercial Property in Leicester

No matter what commercial property you are looking for in Leicester, UKBusinessProperty can help. Your business may require new office space in Leicester. UKBusinessProperty gives you a full break down of your commercial property search in Leicester. So at UKBusinesProperty it is our aim to help people find their ideal commercial property to rent or buy as quickly and easily as possible.

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13 De Montfort Street, Leicester, , LE1 7GE.

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As an established commercial property partnership in Leicester, the partners James Philips and Tim Shattock provide a complimentary range of skills across a wide spectrum of commercial property disciplines. These include Agency work, Property Management, Rent Reviews, Lease Renewals and advice on valuation, planning and rating matters.

James Blenkin & Partners

8 De Montfort Street, Leicester, LE1 7GA.

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James Blenkin has been well known in Leicester property circles for over 30 years. The firm offers broad and reliable service to the corporate and private business community.

Snow & Astill

98 New Walk, Leicester, LE1 7EA.

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In December 2010 Sturgis Shattock and Partners LLP (established in 1990) and Snow and Astill (established in 1897) merged to form Sturgis Snow and Astill LLP an independent firm of chartered surveyors specialising in commercial and industrial land and buildings. Sturgis Snow and Astill team consist of David Flatley, Mark Simpson and David Sturgis. The services they offer are as follows; valuations, property sales & auctions, landlord & tenant, surveys & maintenance, rating, dilapidations & sc... Read more

Spencers Druce Naylor Parkes

19 De Montfort Street, Leicester, LE1 7GE.

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Chartered Surveyor Commercial Estate Agent

Spencers Druce Naylor Parkes is a well established independent advisor based in Leicester with in-house Chartered Surveyors and administration support staff. They provide Commercial Agency, Property Management and Professional/Valuation services throughout the East Midlands.

Sturgis Snow And Astill

98 New Walk, Leicester, LE1 7EA.

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The partnership was formed by the 2010 merger of Sturgis Shattock & partners with Snow & Astill. It has offices in Leicester and offers Commercial Agency, Valuation, Property Management, Landlord and Tenant services, including the preparation and settlement of Schedules of Dilapidations.

About Leicester and its Commercial Property

Because of Leicester's geographic location at the hub of the midland motorway network a large portion of the Commercial Property in Leicester is warehouses and distribution units. Around the outskirts of the city there is a mix of stock from the 1960's to more recent developments of a better specification. Most business parks in Leicester benefit from access to the M1 in 5 minutes and the M6 in 20 minutes. Leicester also is conveniently located to East Midlands airport only 20 miles from the city centre.

In the centre of the City, regeneration of the waterways, namely the River Soar and the Grand Union Canal, is producing new mixed use property. The old warehouses are being regenerated into flats for modern living on the 1 floor and above, whilst on the ground floor new retail units are bring created.

Leicester Retail Property

Highcross Leicester is the major shopping centre, it contains over 120 shops, with a range of both large and smaller units, including branches of the department stores House of Fraser, Debenhams & John Lewis, with rents of around £195psf. The Highcross development has moved the centre of gravity of the traditional city retail scene and there are as a result numbers of empty premises to the south of the centre. Out of town at the M1 junction lies the Fosse Shopping Park, which is fully occupied at rents of about £105psf. The famous covered market in the city is being redeveloped to provide a plaza and new public open space.

Leicester Office Property

Office space in Leicester has been developed in recent years, largely at the Meridian Park near the M1 junction, but this is now at capacity, with rents at around £16.50 psf. New speculative development in the Business Quarter next to the Railway station has produced a stock of Grade A property, but the out of town market has been the most active and some new speculative is in progress at Glenfield Park and Braunstone.

Leicester Industrial Property

Quality Industrial property is in short supply at around £5.50 psf, as there is a good supply of second-hand space, with accounts for 65% of the total at around £3.50 psf.

Commercial property usage in Leicester

UKBusinessProperty aims to offer an extensive selection of commercial property available to rent or buy in Leicester. At UKBusinessProperty we offer commercial property listings in the areas in Leicester. So it doesn’t matter what type of commercial property you are looking for in Leicester, we aim to provide you with the best possible choice.

Commercial property in Leicester suggestions

Thinking about the factors that you require carefully before starting a search for commercial property can save you time and effort. Along with the monthly rental payments or mortgage repayments you need to ensure that the business can afford the associated over heads with a certain commercial properties, such as business rates and utility costs. In most cases these few points would be worth considering, but there are usually plenty of other valid points that should also be considered on a case-by-case basis before you actually make an offer on a commercial property.

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