Corporate Occupier Estates 2018-10-13T19:33:57+00:00

 Corporate Occupier Estates

At Alps Group we see property as an integral part of any business plan. We make sure we understand every client’s business and the sector that they operate in. By aligning the property strategy with the business strategy we help clients get the maximum value from the premises they occupy.

We deliver a bespoke service that is carefully tailored to meet specific objectives in the short and long term. We have extensive experience of managing portfolios both nationally and internationally and we also undertake ‘one-off’ instructions.

Our assessment of each property portfolio includes a detailed analysis of the financial and operational impact on a business as well as clear recommendations on reducing costs and improving efficiency.

A key element of our corporate occupier service is dealing with landlord and tenant matters. We have developed a strong track record of delivering significant financial benefits to our clients who place a high value on our ability to negotiate effectively.

  • Payment/collection of rents, service charges and rates
  • Property management and maintenance work
  • Assignment and subletting of leasehold interests
  • Dealing with rent reviews and lease renewals
  • Dispute resolution
  • Lease re-gearing

Property, done properly.

Saving money for our clients

We save our clients’ money by being a highly efficient outsourced property department, by always asking ourselves “what would we do if this was our money?” and by rolling our sleeves up to deliver exceptional value in negotiations (as a £270,000 dilapidations claim settled for £0 will testify).

Satisfied clients

“Many thanks for managing us through the planning process and getting to outline planning on the Nestlé South site. I know it has been a long and hard road but you persevered and we got there. Congratulations.” Nestlé Confectionery (UK&I)

“My only problem with using Alps is that we didn’t do it soon enough.” Invensys PLC

“Why didn’t we bring in Alps sooner?” Geldards LLP