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An increasing number of charities are considering becoming landlords.  Whether it’s a way to generate income from surplus space – or an innovative way of supporting start up organisations – there are real benefits to be achieved for the charity and its tenants. Landlords make money either through making a profit on rents charged to tenants, or through owning a building which increases in value over time.

Being a landlord can range from renting a couple of spare desks in your office to establishing dedicated serviced office accommodation.  

This part of the website aims to provide guidance for organisations around: