Amateur commercial property hunters are wasting thousands of pounds a year

By not using a Chartered Surveyor to carry out the search and negotiate the terms when acquiring new business premises, amateur property hunters are costing their companies thousands of pounds a year. This is the view of one of Worcestershire’s most experienced commercial property experts. John Dillon, Managing Director at...
Read more September 2021

GJS Dillon’s Directors and Associates hold successful Business Planning Day

GJS Dillon's Directors and Associates held a very successful Business Planning Day at the beautiful Worcester Golf & Country Club. Hosted by this year's MC Jason French, the team discussed how life has changed generally and the changes in the post-Covid property sector. John Dillon, GJS Dillon's Managing Director said...
Read more September 2021

GJS Dillon instructed on letting of brand new industrial units in Kidderminster

Worcestershire commercial property agency GJS Dillon is anticipating that 6 brand new industrial units in Kidderminster will prove popular with business owners.  The 6 industrial warehouse/units, which are available to let on a new business lease, are due for completion shortly and range in size from 2,416 to 4,335 sq...
Read more September 2021

10 reasons why you should have a commercial property valuation

Brad Faulks, GJS Dillon's Associate Director of Commercial Valuations, gives his 10 reasons for having a commercial property valuation: If you’re buying or selling a property, it’s essential to have a valuation so that you understand its market valueIn the event that you are renting out the property, a valuation...
Read more August 2021

Eyewear specialists sets sights on new premises thanks to GJS Dillon

A specialist in premium quality eyewear has moved into new premises in Bromsgrove thanks to Worcestershire commercial property consultancy and Chartered Surveyors GJS Dillon. Acting on behalf of a private investor, Andrew Lewis, GJS Dillon’s Associate Director, let unit 5 Saxon Business Park, Bromsgrove to the new tenant on a...
Read more July 2021

Why this summer is the right time to sell commercial property

As we begin to emerge from Covid restrictions, it’s evident that the UK finds itself in a very particular set of circumstances. A re-evaluation of our work/life balance has caused a migration from many City centre offices, there has been a surge in start-up businesses and lockdown has created a...
Read more July 2021

Malvern’s former Tourist Information Office has a new destination

Many properties on Worcestershire’s high streets remain empty following the pandemic but plans are afoot for the former Tourist Information Office in Malvern.  The historic property, which is set in the middle of Great Malvern’s main retail area, is one of the most prominent buildings on Church Street. Acting on...
Read more June 2021

Commercial Landlords could face 2 years of unpaid rent as eviction ban is extended

A ban on Landlords evicting firms for unpaid commercial rent has now been extended by the Government to March 2022. The ban was originally due to be lifted on 30thJune but Steve Barclay, chief secretary to the Treasury has announced that it is to be extended to 25 March 2022. So...
Read more June 2021

10 things Landlords should be thinking about now

Given the potential total re-opening of the UK on 21st June 2021, it’s now time to address those issues that might have been delayed, forgotten about or neglected due to Covid-19. Insurance– is your insurance policy up-to-date and does it contain true and accurate information? Have there been tenancy changes that...
Read more June 2021

Worcestershire’s office market won’t be the same in the future says GJS Dillon

Worcestershire’s office market suffered a severe downturn in April and May 2020 but overall take-up of office space was better than in 2019 according to GJS Dillon. During a discussion at the video launch of GJS Dillon’s Worcestershire Commercial Property Market Report 2021, the agency’s Associate Director Andrew Lewis revealed...
Read more May 2021