Leisure

Modern leisure developments are rarely intended for a single use.  Gone are the days of putting a bowling alley into its own building where impact on neighbouring uses was of little concern.  It is now commonplace to see leisure developments where potentially conflicting uses exist within a single building.  The design of the building must optimise the internal sound insulation between the individual demises.  The developer/landlord must also be aware of the building’s potential limitations and have the appropriate wording in lease conditions to ensure that tenants provide the necessary level of fit-out to cope with their intended activities.

We have provided advice to many clients including developers, landlords and tenants.  We have a wealth of expertise in successful implementation of uses in buildings for which they were not originally designed or built.

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