Shelley Sandzer

Ted Schama: 'Premiums are now almost non existent'

Ted Schama: 'Premiums are now almost non existent'

By James McAllister

The managing director of leisure property agency Shelley Sandzer has said premiums are now 'almost non existent' and the pandemic has given landlords a 'greater understanding' of restaurant business models.

The Little Door & Co group heads to Soho

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The Little Door & Co heads to Soho

By Joe Lutrario

House party-inspired bar and restaurant concept The Little Yellow Door has chosen Soho for its fourth London site.

Restaurants and landlords should agree terms on rent repayments before the need for arbitration

Taking the arbitrary out of arbitration

By Duncan Lillie

Arbitration between landlords and tenants might offer finality, but agreeing terms for the repayment of rental arrears before it gets to this is in everybody’s interest.

New London developments are a capital idea


New London developments are a capital idea

By Nick Weir

London developers are giving millennials a new choice of affordable areas to live, work and play - and fresh opportunities for hospitality as a result.

What is a restaurant CVA and are they useful


To CVA or not to CVA?

By Victoria Oates

Shelley Sandzer partner Victoria Oates explores Company Voluntary Agreement - CVAs for short - in the time of the Coronavirus crisis.


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