10 Causes of Sales Failing Due to Bad Conveyancing

This latest acquisition will take the centre to 2,230 sq m (24,000 sq ft) and enable Bankside to satisfy latent demand for larger units units in Bevis Marks will be in the 50 sq m to 74 sq m (540 sq ft to 800 sq ft) size range. The former Harvestime premises at Unit 10, Crossgrange Trading Estate, Newton Abbot TQ12 have been sold for £350,000. NAI Gooch Webster, acting for Meghraj Properties Ltd, has sold a 998 year leasehold to The Soap Company Limited, who manufacture and distribute cosmetics.


The sensitive redevelopment, which retains its original faqade, is arranged over three trading levels and has been taken on a new ground lease.  As effectively specified, each one state has diverse conveyancing laws, requirements, hunts and expenses.

The unit comprises 1,288.4 m2 (13,869 sq ft) of light industrial/distribution space.There was a huge demand for the building,” reports Phil Wade of agents NAI Gooch Webster, “which really reflects the continuing strength of Newton Abbott as a distribution centre. Its location  mid-way between Exeter and Plymouth and serving a well populated area –is making it a very popular choice.

Every time we market a building locally we are encountering a lot of unsatisfied demand for quality space. Eye Clinic, represented by NAI Gooch Webster, has acquired two more units – in Kensington and Eastcheap – bringing their representation in central London to five. 179 Kensington High Street, London W14, previously occupied by Past Times, has been acquired on a new 15-year lease from clients of Insignia Richard Ellis.

The ground floor has an area of 112.87 sq m (1,215 sq ft) while the basement has 122.62 sq m (1,320 sq ft). Unit B, 13/21 Eastcheap, London EC3, is part of a redevelopment being carried out by Taylor Woodrow. The unit is arranged over two floors, with the ground floor approximately 157.93 sq m (1,700 sq ft) in size and the basement 133.96 sq m (1,442 sq ft. ).

Taylor Woodrow is represented by Lambert Smith Hampton. The other three units already in central London are in Regent Street, Cheapside and Shaftesbury Avenue. Legal formalities are also being progressed on units in Cardiff, Reading and Birmingham.