Monthly Archives: April 2011

What is a hot desk and what is hot desking all about?

The term Hot Desking is quoted by work place researchers as deriving from a term first coined by the US Navy – hot racking. This was the practice where the sailors on different shifts would share bunks. In the financial boom of the late 1980s when office rental costs and land prices in major financial centres went through the roof, the phrase – Hot Desking, became common place where workers shared desk space or terminals. Also in the financial markets when new computer systems were introduced these ‘seats’ would be occupied around the clock by different groups of traders following the … Read More

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Spirits manufacturer and brand owner, Devonte, locates to Nottingham

Devonte Drinks have chosen Exeid.com to launch the expansion of their UK operation Devonte drinks recently moved to Nottingham but were dissatisfied with the quality of service at their previous location on High Pavement in the lace market in Nottingham. As a result the President of Devonte Drinks Mr PJ Robson decided that he needed a better quality of space for his team and to work in a more energetic and dynamic office. When Peter stumbled across 20 fletchergate in Nottingham he was surprised to learn that the company not only provided superb designer office space in the centre of Nottingham but that … Read More

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Commercial property UK – a 3 year view.

David Ajose CEO of Exeid, the rapidly expanding boutique commercial property consultancy commented on the recent changes in empty rates liability and the further impact of interest rates on the Commercial Property Market.  “We expect interest rates to firm up in Q3 this year adding more pressure on any highly geared property investments. This combined with empty  rates liability charges will mean that the commercial property market will be under pressure for the next two years at least. We think that the market will be no further on, in two years time than it is today. Then we believe that … Read More

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Reduction in empty rates relief – a blow to landlords and owners of commercial property.

This week has seen a further increase in the tax burden on landlords and Small businesses who own commercial property.  In a further drive to raise revenue by central government, the threshold at which an empty property is liable for full rates has dropped from £18,000 to £2600. This effectively means that many owners of  commercial properties will become liable for huge payments even if their properties are generating a nil income. Richard Priestley, MD of Exeid the boutique commercial property consultancy said “this change is nuts. It would be like taxing PAYE and NI to an employee who was … Read More

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A Right Royal Wedding Street Party at the Walk Nottingham? Update

Exeid.com  will be running special features  about our clients over the the next few months  but here’s a sneak preview  about an exciting event  coming up at the Walk Café, Bridlesmith Walk Nottingham. We have it on the highest authority that The Walk Cafe in Nottingham is to host a celebration of all things Royal on the day of the wedding of the year. William and Kate would certainly approve of the delicious things and scrumptious treats that await visitors at The Walk.  The team at The Walk Cafe are always discrete about their celebrity guests but   Nottingham’s most eccentric and … Read More

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Up and coming photographer teams up with Exeid Commercial Property Consultancy

We were recently introduced to Paul Larkins one of the UK’s most vibrant up and coming talents in the world of Photography and we have to say we were mighty impressed. Paul has joined forces with Exeid the boutique commercial property consultancy to work within our PR-PRofiles division along side Stephanie Murphy PR consultant who made the introduction.  Stephanie and Paul will be working on a number of interesting projects over the next few months with Exeid and we will tell you more about Paul next month but in the meantime take a look at Paul in action: Little Latex … Read More

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