Following one of the most-downloaded episodes of last year, Kernel Property returns to the show to discuss the state of affairs in commercial leasing for legal practices across the country.
On this episode of The Lawyers Weekly Show, host Jerome Doraisamy is joined by Kernel Property directors Holly Bailey and Giles Knapman to discuss how law firms of all stripes have fared in the 12 months since the onset of coronavirus, the volume of commercial space that is currently available for lease across the country, and the types of agreements that firms are, or should be looking to, enter into.
The trio also talk about the factors to consider in securing favourable terms for a lease in the looming new normal as well as flexible options to explore, issues surrounding the fit-out of offices against the backdrop of more scattered workforces, and predictions for commercial leasing in the future.
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