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Fenn Wright remain active in commercial property sector

Monday, 14 September 2020

Fenn Wright remain active in commercial property sector

Post-lockdown PAI members Fenn Wright have seen many commercial occupiers reassessing their requirements and looking for premises in Essex and Suffolk.  

Partner, Alistair Mitchell tells us more “The Covid-19 pandemic has led to a significant change in working patterns with a large number of businesses now embracing alternative solutions.  Speaking to occupiers it is clear that a variety of options are being carefully considered to improve productivity and reduce overheads, whilst creating new recruitment opportunities and providing staff with a better work-life balance.

A number of business owners we have spoken to have identified that a ‘hub and spoke’ strategy will be the way forward for them in the future, retaining a smaller London base coupled with strategically located regional offices, close to where their employees live.”

Please click here for examples and opportunities in the region.

In June, alongside Ellisons Solicitors and accountants, BDO, Fenn Wright hosted its very first virtual property conference with updates on the latest developments in the commercial and residential sectors.  As so much has happened in the property sector in the last quarter, another conference has been scheduled which will take place on Wednesday 23rd September at 11am.  Please click here to register for the property conference.

Pictured above: Chesters, a new office development being constructed in Needham Market and available from early next year.