Commercial Property Rates Mitigation & Charitable Work
We’ve a combined team experience of over 48 years in property investment and development and focus on mitigating commercial business rates and creating community spaces.
We’re totally all about the community spaces. After a successful introduction in December 2017 for the Charity Care UK to occupy a large property in Northwich, saving the landlord over 80k a year, we are continuing to make introductions of ethical charities, CIC’s and companies that are environmentally friendly and zero waste shops to landlords that have commercial property that they need rate mitigation on. Business rates are a huge financial burden on commercial landlords and charities need community spaces.
Nora Carlin taking possession of a vacant supermarket, mitigating the rates for the landlord.
We are very open about how we operate, the ethical business/charity gets the property for a peppercorn rent, and the landlord pay a fee based on a percentage of the saving they make on the rates. Everyone is happy, the community get space and we are able to fund humanitarian projects that we support!
EXPLOSIVE NEWS In 2018 Memphys UK had an explosion in their shop losing everything. We acted fast and with James’ help, we were able to get them into High Cross for 6 weeks as an emergency pop up!
Between 2015 and 2018 Lea and her team sent over 180 tonnes of aid out locally and internationally, fund raised for 22 vehicles, 161 caravans for homeless people, pallets full of food and essentials. A zero waste vegan, ethics are important to her.
December 2018 Gareth Edwards from Farplace Animal Rescue was successfully placed in Beaumont Shopping Centre (retail park) by James Hughes. James worked tirelessly to find a perfect location, and negotiate with the landlord. We’re so pleased that he joined us in May 2019 in our quest to save the planet and promote world peace. Follow Farplace here: www.facebook.com/farplaceshopleicester/
James comes to us with extensive experience in negotiating deals with fabulous landlords across the UK, and has facilitated situations for Action For Children … Worksop & Northwich. The Action for Children shop has recently announced a closure from its pop up shop in Worksop, after reaching their fundraising target of 45k!