Posted on: 23 May 2016
Finding a new home for your business
As a small business owner, your time can be in short supply, so decisions about premises - buying, leasing, maintaining or extending - can be both challenging and pressured.
This guide provides information to support business owners with some of the more common decisions and considerations that you would need to take into account when moving business premises, from taking a commercial lease or buying a property to tips on who you should seek help from at each stage.
Download our business premises guide or browse through the content below to learn more.
The business guide covers:
- Making the decision to move premises
- Taking a business lease
- Taking a business licence
- Buying business premises
- Finding the right premises
- Building surveys for business premises
- Planning permission for business premises
- Business premises insurance
- Additional costs of business premises
- Making an offer on business premises
- Moving business premises
Business premises insurance
Premierline advisors can arrange a flexible insurance policy that is adapted to suit your business requirements, so if you’re moving premises finding the right policy shouldn’t be complicated and time consuming – in fact it should be as straightforward as possible. If you’re looking for business insurance, it’ simple to compare quotes with Premierline.
Compare business insurance
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