A Schedule of Condition to “Serve” New Lease of Life on Prominent Bar & Grill
Currently DMP are busy completing a number of detailed Schedule of Condition for a range of commercial clients across the South East.
Last week a commercial Schedule of Condition was carried out for a new client acquiring a Bar and Restaurant in Tunbridge Wells with new lease terms.
It was evident that throughout the property there were historic building defects.
Our detailed inspection includes all internal and external elements. Furthermore the report issued to the client includes in excess of 200 photos with descriptions.
DMP are ISO9001 Quality Management certified. This gives our clients peace of mind that our reporting is comprehensive and succinct. In addition our surveyors are dedicated to ongoing technical training.
Why is a Schedule of Condition important?
A Schedule of Condition records the accurate condition of a building or a demise on the commencement of a lease term. Specifically in order to limit the tenants repairing liability at the end of the lease term.
Many tenants enter in to leases to occupy a premises without consideration of repairing obligations and fail to understand repairing liabilities and responsibilities they are signing up to.
Without a Schedule of Condition it can be difficult for the Landlord or Tenant to establish the condition of the premises on lease commencement.
At DMP our Schedules of Condition include a detailed description of each building element and condition. In addition, a supporting Photographic Schedule supports the report. Importantly, our expert team complete commercial and industrial Schedules of Condition regularly on empty properties. We are qualified to deliver detailed inspection under strict protocols. We carry out Schedules of Condition in East and West Sussex, Kent, Surrey and London.
Contact our experts to discuss your project and building surveying needs, discover how we can assist you.