Category Archives: Rent Review Tips

This editorial has been submitted by David Morgan FRICS as a guide to the vagaries of rental and rating valuation, the rating, contrary to a lot of opinions is very dependent on the rental valuation methods. Sadly, as a freehouse owner of many years, it always incensed me that my rates were wholly estimated on the basis of leased pubs and not the actual viability.

Would you buy a Pub Co Tied Lease? Not Likely, Read On. (Barrel Dregs)

  Would you buy a Pub Co Tied Lease? Not Likely, Read On. (Barrel Dregs) One of the biggest problems in the Pub Co Tied Lease Sector is that you have two factions in the Industry, you have Pub Co’s and all their supportive companies and so called specialists, the other faction are the lessees,… Read More »

Pub Co Tied Leases, Questions that you need to Ask and Answers that you need to know. (Part 1)

  Pub Co Tied Leases, Questions that you need to Ask and Answers that you need to know before you start spending money. (Part 1) All these questions you need positive answers to, in writing, from your Pub Co/Landlord before  you consult a Solicitor/Commercial Lawyer or seriously consider taking a Tied Lease and start paying… Read More »

Rent Valuations by Pub Co’s, BDM’s at Rent Reviews and some other questionable activities. (Barrel Dregs)

Rent Valuations by Pub Co’s, BDM’s at Rent Reviews and some other questionable activities. Having studied the so called method of rent assessment used by the Pub Co’s for Rent Reviews. Firstly all rents are supposedly worked out by Valuers and BDM’s on the future sustainable earnings potential by a competent operator/reasonably efficient operator (REO)… Read More »

M&C Newsletter, the Vagaries of Pub Rent Negotiation

MORGAN & CLARKE DECEMBER 2015 NEWSLETTER NO. 49 Pigeon House, The Broadway, Oakridge Lynch, Stroud, Glos. GL6 7NU Email: info@morganandclarke.co.uk Phone: 01285 719292 www.morganandclarke.co.uk The Vagaries of Rent Negotiation (Also at: London, Cardiff, Braunton, Lewes) Fully back in harness, the New Year beckons with great anticipation, not least in respect of the establishment of the… Read More »

M&C July News letter, well worth reading on the vagaries of leases.

There is nothing worse than an air of uncertainty and planning ahead for both summer trade and for the formality of lease renewal is currently still anybody’s guess. Whilst it is hoped for the much-heralded ‘barbecue summer’, it is always a risk as to the certainty that it will actually happen. Gearing up for the… Read More »

The Vagaries of Arbitration, PIRRS and Developers Dirty Tricks

The Vagaries of Arbitration, PIRRS and Developers Dirty Tricks, an essential read for all business people. MORGAN & CLARKE SEPTEMBER 2014 NEWSLETTER NO. 35 Pigeon House, The Broadway, Oakridge Lynch, Stroud, Glos. GL6 7NU September has been a month of mixed messages with no great consistency within the general tenancy / leasehold market. Recent figures… Read More »

Morgan & Clarke, Monthly Newsletter on Property/Leases and other useful information

MORGAN & CLARKE  MARCH 2014 NEWSLETTER NO. 30 Pigeon House, The Broadway, Oakridge Lynch, Stroud, Glos. GL6 7NU Email: info@morganandclarke.co.uk   Phone:  01285 719292 www.morganandclarke.co.uk (Also at:  London, Cardiff, Braunton, Lewes)   Well, it’s stopped raining!   It was an unexpected luxury to have a couple of recent full days’ uninterrupted sunshine which tends to remind you… Read More »

M&C Newsletter, as always an essential read for anyone with a lease.

My apologies for not publishing this before. MORGAN & CLARKE  DECEMBER 2013 NEWSLETTER NO. 27 Pigeon House, The Broadway, Oakridge Lynch, Stroud, Glos. GL6 7NU Email: info@morganandclarke.co.uk   Phone:  01285 719292 www.morganandclarke.co.uk (Also at:  London, Cardiff, Matlock, Braunton, Lewes)     We make no apologies for concentrating this month on three main features, namely dilapidations and… Read More »

M & C, October Newsletter on the Vagaries of Licensed Property (Always a good read)

Vagaries of this months Licensed Property Well, what a summer that was! A good solid spell of better-than-average sunshine and genuine warmth to rival the sunspots of the North Mediterranean. The debate, of course, continues to rage over climate-change with a very mixed bag of future forecasting for subsequent summers. Put in the context of… Read More »