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Get a leg up on your searches for temporary premises with Popupspace.com

26 January 2012

Landlords have been hit by the demise of many business tenants and are
facing long-term void periods, as well as liability to pay business rates
on their empty properties.  They are more prepared than ever before to
offer incentives to temporary occupiers.  Charities and not-for-profit
organizations are ideally placed to negotiate favourable letting terms.

As part of our continued support for the Meanwhile Use phenomenon, we have
found a website that will give you a head start looking for premises that
can be used on a temporary basis.

Popupspace offer a full location sourcing service.  They can carry out a
property search and negotiate terms for a short term letting on behalf of
a prospective tenant.  Whether you are looking for retail, office or
industrial space, their experience in negotiating with commercial
landlords and agents will mean that they can help you find the right
property and secure the best possible deal.

Happily, they are pleased to offer a discounted location sourcing service
to charities, voluntary groups and those contacting them via the Ethical
Property Foundation.

They hold a database of tenant requirements. Those looking for commercial
property to rent can add their requirement to the database for free.  It
is also free for property owners and agents to search the database for
tenants looking for property to rent on temporary or pop up terms.

Popupspace can also arrange Pop Up Insurance - short term retail insurance
which has been designed especially for pop up tenancies.

Visit the website at www.popupspace.com.
You can contact Popupspace.com by email to info@popupspace.com or by telephone 01273 464 179.


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