Monthly Archives: September 2009

The implications of the Brooker Case on the misuse of Comparables in Rental Valuation

 The implications of the Brooker Case on the misuse of Comparables in Rental Valuation The Judge exposed the total inadequacy of the use and misuse of Comparables as a method of rental valuation. If anyone is having a rental revaluation, Comparables will doubtless come into the equation, because of the ease that convenient information of… Read More »

The implications of the Brooker pub rent ruling

  What the Brooker pub rent ruling means (Extract from the Morning Advertiser) Charles and Leslie Brooker run the White Horse in the village of Hambrook near Bristol. They had a five-year non-assignable lease, free of tie on cider and a guest beer, which started in August 2001. The non-indexed rent was set at £16,000… Read More »