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5 key points to consider when choosing business premises

Getting business premises is the next step in the right direction if you want your brand to grow. Even if you’re selling online, a physical store can attract more customers to your brand and strengthen your local community standing. But, opening a physical shop can be a massive step, even for well-established online businesses.

What are the most efficient ways to heat your commercial building?

When autumn and winter roll around, the seasons bring a distinct chill with them. Even if you’re working in an office that looks like it could withstand the strongest storms, those cold winds can still creep in if left unchecked. Of course, no one can possibly feel like working in these kinds of conditions.

Pegasus Group secures planning for first UK site utilising new waste concept

Pegasus Group secures planning for first UK site utilising new waste concept

Plans have been approved to build a new waste management plant on land at Deeside Industrial Estate in the Flintshire Enterprise Zone.

How climate change is changing architectural design

Generally, our population is now living longer, and as climate change threatens the existence of our planet, we’ve come to realise that it is time to carefully consider the future.

Top tips when designing your own commercial building

Of course, you know you won’t really be designing your own commercial building because you are not an architect or industrial designer, but you can have a say in what you want to incorporate into your design.

London still top business location for start-ups and SME’s

New research by London Executive Offices (LEO) has found that 64% of business executives would chose London as their desired business location.

3 unusual uses for steel buildings

For business owners, there are many different uses for steel buildings, which just shows how flexible they are as a building structure.

All eyes on Cumbria, as Lake District’s new UNESCO World Heritage status inspires rush of investment

All eyes on Cumbria, as Lake District’s new UNESCO World Heritage status inspires rush of investment

The Lake District in Cumbria has become the latest area of the UK to be awarded UNESCO World Heritage status.

How to ensure that a hotel room is always clean

Summer is usually the busiest season for a hotel, and making sure that laundry, bedding, rooms, and other furniture is clean is always a top priority for guests and staff alike.

Hotel room investment opportunities available at the George Best Hotel, Belfast

For those looking to make a good property investment, it can be hard to know where to start. However, one exciting opportunity in Belfast has generated a lot of attention.

Warehouse Investment: Making the most of your storage property

Warehouse Investment: Making the most of your storage property

Warehouse investment is a thing and it is quite lucrative, especially as the traditional property market is currently facing uncertainty amidst Brexit. As factories produce, and retailers have the need to stock inventory, storage space will always be in demand.

Metal theft is an EU wide problem for all businesses

Metal theft is an EU wide problem for all businesses

Theft of valuable metals from properties and infrastructure is a Europe-wide problem and businesses are bearing the brunt of the cost, warns Simon Broadbent, CEO of Secure Empty Property.

Why air pollution control is vital

Controlling the level of air pollution is vital and it’s arguable more important now than it ever has been before. In this blog post, we take a look at why.

Important considerations when seeking industrial units to let

Whether you’re a new company looking to set up as your first base, or are a growing business that needs new premises to expand into, finding industrial units to let will probably be your first port of call.

Warning on the dangers of squatting on the high street

Warning on the dangers of squatting on the high street

Professional squatters are now targeting vacant retail units as the new law making occupation of residential property illegal, displaces the problem onto the high street, warns Simon Broadbent, CEO of Secure Empty Property.