Monthly Archives: March 2011

Parking Leicester avoids the work place parking Levy

PARKING LEICESTER – Contract parking in Leicester can be a sore subject but surprisingly Leicester is much better serviced than its near neighbour and rival, Nottingham  in this regard. Unlike in Nottingham, businesses and employees in Leicester are not likely to be squeezed by the taxman via the Work Place Parking Levy,  well not for the moment that is. On the other hand, we won’t benefit from the fantastic tram network that is developing in Nottingham and which is to be the main beneficiary of the millions raised by the new tax. Leicester city benefits from closer links to London  … Read More

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Major jobs boost for Leicester as Exeid open new Leicester office on Museum Square

“We also have off market space available for larger companies who require the flexibility of an easy in easy out licence rather than a fixed term lease. In Nottingham for example through our Franchisee operation 20fletchergate we have recently acquired major government clients who have downsized their space to save money and thereby safeguard jobs.  Our largest private sector client has over 80 staff in one of our units and our smallest clients have virtual offices for only £12.30 per week! Our target is to create at least 250 jobs for Leicester in our centres within 12 months Recommend on … Read More

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Stanford House Nottingham’s Perfect Georgian Gem – What next?

  If you like Georgian Architecture and  Buildings then you’ll absolutely LOVE Stanford House in Nottingham. Stanford House is a Georgian  Gem in the heart of Nottingham only 60 seconds stroll from Marks and Spencer’s and the Broadmarsh, Jamies Italian Nottingham, Paul Smith and Carluccio’s are also near by. It has recently undergone a sensitive restoration with the original aim of becoming the Harrods of Nottingham. Sadly, complicated planning and building control rules put the blocks on what would have been a fantastic addition to the Nottingham Retail Tourism and Leisure scene (for the moment at least). In a few  weeks … Read More

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It’s (Labour) Party time on Regent Street Nottingham

Nottingham now has two new MPs and two new constituency offices.  Exeid.com, the boutique property services consultancy, has been working with Lilian Greenwood and Chris Leslie to find them a new location for their constituency offices. David Ajose, CEO, said “the brief was difficult at first due to the new regulations laid down by IPSA (Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority).  However, our MD, Richard Priestley, identified a vacant site on Regent Street that fitted their requirements exactly. Exeid.com offers a range of property services from traditional leases through to the setting up of unusual licence agreements and  serviced office space.  As … Read More

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