Your premises options

Choosing premises for your business doesn't just mean finding the right space in the right location - you also need to think about lease terms.

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Renting premises

Renting premises is flexible and ties up a minimal amount of capital. Most businesses rent their premises, either through a lease or a licence.

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Leasing premises FAQs

Leasing premises is often the most appealing option for businesses. The right lease gives you a secure base without the costs of buying a freehold.

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Buying premises FAQs

Buying premises may be one of the largest investments you make in your business. Understand the process and have all the legal bases covered.

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Property licences

Licensed properties are often ideal for start-ups. You can get in fast without tying up capital and can change premises easily as your business grows.

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Commonhold

Commonhold schemes are intended for commercial and residential multi-occupancy properties with extensive common facilities and structures.