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n a payment made by a tenant to an owner for the use of land or a building.
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Go, for his part, said the agreement represents the continuous commitment of the company to provide rent-free spaces for the SSS and help the pension fund cater to the growing needs of its members.
Bromley Council, also under Tory control, hit a food bank in Orpington, South East London, with an PS8,500 bill after three rent-free years.
But it was given rent-free to him by party supporters John and Julia Longhurst 15 years ago.
Businesses accepted get: | Up to six months' rent-free retail space; | Access to individual professional or business development support; | A branding and PR package aimed at raising awareness and attracting customers, and | Help to find premises after the incubation period.
Any new client can secure a serviced or virtual office and enjoy it rent-free until August 20.
The lucky winners will receive a rent-free shop or stall for six months, as well as a pounds 500 grant to pay for signage and shop fittings.
I was surprised that the lease contract I signed came with two months' extra rent-free period," said Rasha, an Asian tenant who signed a contract last week for a three-bedroom unit along Shaikh Zayed Road (SZR).
This package is designed to give businesses a real kick start with a period of rent-free office space and business support to get them on the right track.
Although headline rents are higher than they were in 2000 - currently around pounds 28 per sq foot, as opposed to pounds 24 per sq ft ten years ago - the amount of rent-free incentives on offer means landlords are receiving less income for their space.
Comprising 11,925 sq ft on both ground and first floors, the retailer took a 10-year lease at a rent of pounds 225,000 pa, with a 12-month, rent-free period.
Although you will have the benefit of rent-free accommodation, you are in effect giving your son-in-law the discount you built up on the flat.
Roy Carpenter is to travel with his wife in New Zealand and is offering 'a winter sun holiday' with a little practising thrown in, as well as a rent-free four-bedroom house with a pool, and other benefits, early next year.