People usually think of factories when they think of industrial buildings, but the sector also contains light industrial parks with limited manufacturing, warehouses, logistic centers, showrooms, and car repair centers.

Since there is such a range of property types within the industrial sector, it is essential to have a comprehensive understanding of how to best manage each type of property. At Cecil & Campbell, our professional commercial property advisors have the knowledge and resources to provide you with the service you need, whether you are a landlord or tenant, seller or buyer of industrial space.


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Industrial space is typically zoned by planning authorities that prefer to restrict most industrial uses to specific areas, such as grouping certain types of factories together. However, accessibility to road and rail systems and airports is crucial for industrial space users in the event that they need to transport goods—but the location must also be convenient for customers and employees.



How much do these cost? What do they cover? Who is responsible for payment and do the costs increase annually?


If the industrial property is not owned, are leases 3 years, 5 years, or maybe even 10 years available? Plus, is there a right or an option for a tenant to renew the lease after the first period (the “Term”) expires?



Can the industrial property fulfil the occupier’s requirements in terms of aspects such as ceiling height, floor loading, door access width, power supply, drainage provisions? Any other special requirements need to be recorded.



How much is the security deposit and what is it for?

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