We regularly support clients who are wishing to renew their commercial lease and potentially looking to negotiate new terms as part of this renewal.

Firstly consideration needs to be given to whether you have a lease with or without ‘security of tenure’ – this provides the tenant with an automatic right to renewal at the end of the lease term under the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954. If not part of the original agreement, the landlord is under no obligation to offer a new lease when the end date is reached. Alternatively, if there is a security of tenure, or both parties are open to negotiation then new terms can be negotiated and put in place.

Whether you are a tenant or a landlord, we can help you with this negotiation and initiating the relevant section notice to the other party.

How we can help

Our Commercial Property specialists are experienced in all types of lease renewal.

Please contact them for a no obligation conversation about your situation, whether you are coming to the end of your lease, or wish to negotiate, we can discuss how we can support you.

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The Legal 500 UK 2022 rankings praise the Fosters’ Commercial Property team for their ‘thoroughness in getting things absolutely right‘.

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The Law Society awards accreditations to legal practices and solicitors who meet the highest standards of technical expertise and client service in specific areas of law. We are members of their Conveyancing Quality Scheme (CQS), which is the recognised quality mark for legal experts in buying or selling property, and is trusted by some of the UK’s biggest lenders.

Fosters has completed quite a large number of transactions for me. The thoroughness of Fosters getting things absolutely right is the key factor in the work carried out successfully for me.
The Legal 500 UK 2022

Our commercial property team