Surviving & Striving: Rent Payment Negotiations In A Time Of Distress
Thursday, April 2, 2020 · 1:00 p.m.
ABOUT THIS WEBINAR
How landlords and tenants interact over the coming months will play a huge part in determining the fate of hundreds of thousands of jobs and huge swathes of the UK economy.
The outbreak of coronavirus is causing huge distress across the economy, but perhaps nowhere more so than the hospitality, leisure and retail sectors. Enforced government shutdowns of pubs, cafes, restaurants and clubs means overnight revenue for these businesses has dropped to zero. Social distancing measures mean all shops apart from food retailers are seeing huge declines in sales. Government support programmes protect to some degree the wages of staff, and businesses have been given a rates holiday, but rent payments are still a huge issue for these businesses.
Join this 40-minute small-group session with tenant rep expert, Lorenz Consultancy, that will examine negotiations between landlords and tenants during the current coronavirus outbreak, and how tenants can effectively navigate the negotiation process on rental payments to work out a mutually beneficial solution at this incredibly difficult time. Rather than being in opposition, how can everyone come together to make sure we all make it through the crisis?
Bisnow & Lorenz Consultancy’s webinar will aim to provide practical, actionable advice. It will look at all sectors of occupiers, but with a particular focus on the hospitality, leisure and retail sectors.
Negotiation tactics and strategies on rental payments
Alternative financing solutions
Avoiding litigation and effective risk management during times of uncertainty
Head of Lease Advisory & Professional Department, Lorenz Consultancy
Richard joined The Lorenz Consultancy in July 2016 as Head of Lease Advisory & Professional Department. He has over 20 years’ experience in Lease Advisory dealing with professional advice, asset management and agency throughout the UK, with a...
Mike is UK editor of Bisnow. Before this, alongside three friends he bought pan-European property mag EuroProperty out of non-existence and re established it before selling the business to PropertyEU. Prior to that he was editor of Property Week,...
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