Coronavirus: Commercial Property lease health checks

As the pandemic unfolds, we're supporting tenants and landlords by health checking leases to help minimise the impact.

How we can help

As the coronavirus continues to have a big impact, we recognise that it is an uncertain time for many landlords and tenants. This is why it is more important than ever to keep in touch. The sooner we are aware of a problem, the easier it might be to resolve.

We appreciate that both landlords and tenants will share the same objective; to protect their respective businesses. There could be provisions within an existing lease that could either help or hinder this aim. Knowing what these provisions are is important.

As a starting point, we’re recommending landlords and tenants have a commercial property lease health check; to evaluate where they can minimise the impact of necessary restrictions on their business.

With this in mind...

Burnett Barker Solicitors is offering all commercial property landlords and tenants a health check on their leases.

As a commercial property solicitor with considerable experience of working in difficult economic situations, our Commercial Property Lawyer, Sue Hearn, will thoroughly check your lease and identify, where possible, ways to mitigate outgoings. This will enable you to make informed decisions based on your current and potential situation during the crisis and help protect your business.

Our one-hour commercial property lease health check is being offered for a fixed fee of £150 plus VAT.

If you are interested in this service please email Sue directly at or call the office on 01284 701131

Burnett Barker Solicitors looks forward to being able to help you and if you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out.

In the meantime, stay safe and let’s hope that this trying time passes swiftly.

Commercial Property lease health checks:

Our one-hour commercial property health check is being offered for a fixed fee of £150 plus VAT. 

Our commercial property solicitor will check to see where your lease could minimise the impact of the current restrictions on your business.