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24 January 2020

Record rental levels for 27 Queen Anne’s Gate, Westminster after refurbishment

Building Consultancy, Offices


Extensive refurbishment of a multi-let office building opposite St James’ Park in central London has resulted in it being fully let to high-calibre occupiers at record rents.



The six-storey building at 27 Queen Anne's Gate, Westminster, has undergone a major refurbishment and remodelling of its common parts under the watch of SHW's Building Consultancy Department.

 

The under-used and over-sized reception area was remodelled to create a light and airy ground floor with the rear space achieving 50% higher rental levels on completion.

 

New tenants include Six Physio, Ministry of Housing, Communities & Local Government and The Foundation for Credit Counselling.

 

SHW also advised the landlord on business rates, lease renewals, rent reviews, agency and full management of the building.

 

The landlord, a long-standing client of SHW, commented: “We have been very pleased with the attention to detail shown by SHW in all aspects of their property services at 27 Queen Anne’s Gate. Under their careful guidance and strategic advice, we have achieved record rental levels in the building and utilised previously redundant space.

 

“SHW have represented us in rent reviews, lease renewals and new lettings. Working with their building surveyors, we were able to refurbish the common parts whilst keeping costs down. The property management role undertaken by SHW has allowed for the smooth running of the building for all its occupiers.”

 


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