Commercial and Industrial Leasing: the changing landscape of those markets and how best to protect your business
Date - 22 August 2019
Venue - Bartier Perry
Bartier Perry is pleased to have joined forces with CBRE to present this seminar on the commercial and industrial leasing markets.
During this seminar, we will focus on:
The current office and industrial markets in Sydney and its wider surrounds;
The future predictions on these markets;
Current disruptors affecting the leasing market;
Trends of how owners and occupiers are utilising office and industrial space to gain a competitive advantage;
Explanation of important lease provisions relating to commercial and industrial leases; and
What can occur if your lease is not properly documented.
Bradley heads up a team of 18 leading researchers at CBRE and has over 20 years’ experience in the sector including with major property owners, agencies and analytics houses.
Tristan is one of the most experienced tenant representatives in the Sydney market and has advised major local and global organisations in their real estate matters. Across Australia, the team transacted 306 new leases, renewals and disposals across 433,000sqm of office space in 2018.
Michael O’Neill, Senior Director, Advisory & Transaction Services – Industrial & Logistics, NSW at CBRE
Mike leads the industrial sales and leasing practice across the Sydney Metropolitan region. They are NSW’s leading industrial and logistics property team.
Melissa Potter, Partner in Property and Planning Team at Bartier Perry
As Head of Bartier Perry’s Property Group, Melissa has over 20 years’ experience acting for landlords and tenants in drafting, reviewing and negotiating industrial, commercial and retail leases and agreements for lease. Melissa’s clients include institutionalised landlords, tenants and businesses.
Adam Cutri, Senior Associate in Commercial Disputes at Bartier Perry
Adam is a Senior Associate in the Commercial Disputes team at Bartier Perry. He has experience working across boutique, national and mid-tier firms where he has gained valuable expertise in a wide range of general commercial disputes. Adam is experienced in acting for and against lessees with respect to lease disputes arising in residential, commercial and industrial settings. Adam was also a finalist in last year’s ‘30 under 30 Awards’ for Dispute Resolution.