No building exists in isolation. They are created to accommodate people and processes, and with commercial buildings enable investors, occupiers, developers and funders to meet the needs of their business.
That is why we consider the property, be it a single building or large portfolio, in the context of the lease and your business plan to understand the drivers for your transaction.
We don’t just provide a list of defects and issues for you to sort out their relevance. We view issues from an economic standpoint, and focus on the significant concerns that are material to your transaction.
And we also give high level advice on potential dilapidations liability and lease end capital expenditure for re-letting so that you are fully informed.
By working with you and your due diligence team, you’ll get transaction advice that you can rely upon.
Powell Williams excels when a project is complex. We use them for the quality of their advice and their deep technical expertise. They have a level of understanding that most other firms simply don’t have.