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text 2021-09-18 10:05
Logistic Parks Developers | Indian warehouse industry

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text 2021-08-25 02:12
Area Guide to Soho - Schools, Property Scene and Transport


One of the areas in London that have seen progressive development and improvement over the years is without a doubt Soho. Long gone are the days of sex shops, strip clubs, shady dealings and consigned prostitution that filled the area. That is all history. And while there is still a sense of risqué living in this central neighbourhood of London, more and more young entrepreneurs and culture-loving families find it right for them. 

Soho is full of many architectural surprises. The streets lined with Georgian houses, a large number of which have blue plaques to celebrate popular residents contain many interesting venues. Townhouse clubs, theatres, restaurants and cafes contribute to a reputation of lively and fascinating nightlife. Many new incomers have chosen Soho, due to the number of conversions still taking place – warehouses and offices becoming residential properties help. The population has doubled. Particularly common are the young entrepreneurs and empty-nesters looking to downsize from family homes in the suburbs. 

More than half of all homes are rented, and not owner-occupied. The big office building developments by Derwent – 1 and 2 Soho Place are going nicely and bringing in more businesses to the area. With a new 600-seat theatre on the way, Soho is also becoming more attractive as a place to visit on a weekend. 

Property scene  

Many fine Georgian houses are located in Soho. For example, there is a 4-bedroom house with a traditional interior and boasting a roof terrace for sale on D’Arblay Street for £4.95 million. Another striking example is the 5-storey, 4-bedroom Georgian house on the market for £4.9 million by Make Architects Timothy Tan and Christina Leung. Soho is rich in period conversions on a level above ground-based restaurants and shops. There are also plenty of office-to-residential conversion schemes going on. 2-bedroom houses in Richmond Mews fetch about £2.5 million. 

The new-build homes 

There is a Galliard development called Tottenham Court Road West consisting of 81 studios of 1, 2 and 3-bedroom flats divided over 2 blocks on Dean Street. Summer 2022 is the target for completion. The studios start at about £975.000, 1-bedroom flats at £1.495.000, 2-bedroom flats at £1.69 million and 3-bedroom flats at £2.4 million. 

First-time buyers 

Westminster residents can take advantage of up to £54.500 that Westminster Home Ownership Accelerator provides. This is to help with buying a home in London, following any period of renting a subsidized flat to accumulate a certain amount of savings. Langill Road in Maida Vale has 1-bedroom flats available at about £1.000 and 2-bedroom flats available at about £1.576 a month. 

Renting in the area of Soho 

Rental homes in the area are always in demand because many people are working hours in nearby restaurants and entertainment venues. The studios start at about £1.500/month, with 1-bedroom flats being around £2.000 and 2-bedroom flats about £2.500 per month. If there are any homes in Soho that are the most popular, it has to be the short-et flats, with a minimum rental of 90 days. Rents range anywhere between £2.300 for a studio flat and go up to £6.500 for a 3-bedroom duplex. 


Soho is a London district with superb Underground stations. There is one in each of its four corners. Oxford Circus is on the Central, Bakerloo and Victoria lines. Leicester Square is on the Piccadilly and Northern lines, Piccadilly Circus is on the Piccadilly and Bakerloo lines and Tottenham Court Road is on the Northern and Central lines. 

© Occupa Commercial Property Consultants

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text 2021-04-07 04:51
A Quick Visitor's Guide to the Area of Mayfair

Many people know that Mayfair is truly popular for its luxury and affluence. There is no area like it in London. All of its shops, hotels, restaurants and bars purvey the finest level of entertainment and cater to those seeking a sufficient award of hedonism. The very air n Mayfair is immaculate, reflecting the state of every aspect of the area – its squares, streets and gardens. 

You might be tempted to call it nothing more than a display case. But there is more to it than meets the eye. It is a buzzing area, part of the great city of London, with much to do any time of the year. Anyone visiting is coming back for more. And here is why that is so: 

  • There are many great gardens and parks to take a walk around – Mayfair is bounded by two of the arguably the best parks in the capital – Green Park and Hyde Park. As such, Mayfair is in no short supply of beautiful areas to take a walk around. Other than these big parks, there are other places to walk around. One good example is Brown Heart Gardens. Labelled by many to be a truly hidden oasis in the heart of the city, it stands elevated on a level above the street. Just a close distance away is Mount Street Gardens. Characteristic about this area are the long lines of benches, perfectly well-maintained flower beds and peculiar sculptures. If you need even more interesting places to wander around, then check out Berkeley Square and Grosvenor Square. There are plenty of luxurious showrooms and apartment blocks surrounding these areas. 

  • Check out the streets and mews of the area – if you are someone who values a more different experience, then head out exploring the streets of the area. There is much to see. Whether it is the silent and secluded mews, or some of the busiest thoroughfares around, you will be spoiled for interesting places to check out. Among the favourites are Avery Row, Lancashire Court and Brook’s Mews, all within a close distance to famous Bond Street. With shops, restaurants and curious cafes, you will not feel bored for a second. 

  • Go out for a drink in the area – if you are more of a pub or bar type of person, you will find that this scene is well-established in Mayfair. There is entertainment of the highest level within places like Mr Frogg’s Residence. It is perhaps the most well-known travel-themed venues in the area. Visiting here will have you thinking about Phileas Frogg’s travels around the world, all the while sipping on your favourite drink. Just up the street is the famous Coach and Horses pub. To a lot of people, this is the best one around, built in the 1770s and still going strong as one of the symbols of Mayfair. The Punch Bowl is another famous place to grab a drink at. It a nice place with some old-world charm and some of the best food you can find around. 

  • Shopping till your heart’s content – Mayfair is one of the best shopping heavens around. This is one of the main reasons so many people visit here. Bond Street offers so many luxury shops, as well as South Molton Street. Mayfair is the home of Savile Row, men’s holy grail for tailoring. There are plenty of interesting places outside shops as well, like the Royal Arcade and the Burlington Arcade. 

Knowing more about the area of Mayfair is good, as it will allow you to make the most of it on your visit here. 

© Occupa Commercial Property Consultants

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text 2021-02-08 04:41
Why one should lease rather than buying warehouses
Warehouse management has become an integral business component to scale up businesses and ensuring customer satisfaction through state-of-the-art supply chain management and efficient inventorization. Warehouses ensure seamless and efficient product delivery framework, mapping logistics to a streamlined process ecosystem, spreading wings far and wide to satisfy customer requests from far flung regions. The big question then is: should entrepreneurs buy or lease warehouses? Seemingly a simple choice to make, but there are a variety of factors which go into making the decision. With the emergence of a massive real estate market, competitive pricing models, warehouse decentralization has become indispensable for companies, especially those in e-commerce logistics, to ensure enhanced customer experience and loyalty. According to CBRE, leasing of warehouses spaces has grown by a massive 31% Y-o-Y to 13 million square feet across 8 Indian cities in the first half of 2019 alone, with a total investment of more than USD 200 million. This points towards the potential growth prospects of a planned leasing model and its benefits to economize business cash-flow and optimize risks. Leasing costs is spread out over the time period of lease, rather than a lump sum amount. The businesses have a lot of flexible options to choose from, depending upon the business size, location, and those which are proximate to important infrastructural facilities for easier movement of goods. This also entails minimal/no repair and maintenance costs to be incurred by the lessee, and consequently minimal overhead expenditure. Since cost is often a critical deciding factor in sourcing assets, adopting the leasing route is often a profitable investment, especially with the wide-ranging business needs. Let us look at some of the benefits your business value accrues as a result of leasing assets: 1. Leasing is generally less expensive than buying, if arranged in a cohesive, efficient and future-oriented arrangement. Lease agreements must be reviewed with respect to major parameters like logistical services, financial impact, customer satisfaction and flexible options to up-scale business. 2. Lesser liabilities and overheads – Instead of focusing on providing exquisite customer service through an efficient supply chain management and timely delivery of services, owning assets poses additional liabilities arising out of repair and damages, re-selling assets and their valuation. With a dynamic market, technology and equipment needs have rapidly evolved, and it makes less financial sense to buy these assets than leasing them. Businesses would be better off in investing more capital on enhancing product value and service efficiency. 3. Leverage complementary business aspects - Your business should be known for the value it provides to customers, and resource allocation should be accordingly mapped to those needs. Leasing is an effective way to build networks and relationships, by gaining access to a plethora of business opportunities with other clients. 4. Leasing is the best option to consider when your potential for future expansion is high, avail tax benefits arising out of leasing and invest more time in nurturing innovation rather than getting tangled in managing owned assets. An integrated, flexible, dynamic business outlook requires businesses adopt leasing, rather than buying as their preferred mode of sourcing assets, and implement their business prospects in an efficient and economic manner without unnecessary overheads.
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