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3 Silly Mistakes When Renting A New Office Space

April 13, 2012 | Comments: 0 | Views: 141

Renting an office space is definitely a big event for almost any business and for that reason it is important that everything is evaluated when making the decision of where to locate the company. The move to new offices has an effect on a lot of people in addition to many facets of the business, so it is really worth getting it right.

Listed here are 3 mistakes that can often be made when leasing a new office space, and these mistakes can be averted:

1. Is the office building within a inadequate mobile phone reception area? We all experience weak signals on our mobile phones at some times in particular places as we go about our daily lives, but it's a massive issue if each and every member of staff has issues making use of cellular devices and smart phones from the work environment. There are lots of reasons why an office development can be a mobile dead transmission area such as the dimensions of the steel beams included in the building's structure, its geographical location, the thickness of the walls etc. In this day and age with all of us relying so much on our mobile phones, this is often a major problem. Therefore, an intensive check of the quality of cellular services is important in advance of rental but if you're adamant that you still desire a specific office, there's a different way around this difficulty. Mobile repeaters are offered by some specialist providers which is a rather clever way of boosting the signal to conquer this problem. Worth knowing!

2. Is the geographical location well suited for the staff and also the business? I have listened to business colleagues discuss the fact that their offices are in the wrong location. Be sure that this mistake isn't made with some in depth research into how the location will impact both the employees and also the day-to-day operating of the business. Check transport, nearby traffic spots, the trustworthiness of an area and so on. It's easier to be armed with all the relevant information well before committing.

3. Does the workplace have a pleasant feel about it? My last point is a straightforward one and is in some cases difficult to know in advance of spending some time at a specific work environment. There are plenty of issues that can add up to a place of work having a nice feel about it, the lighting, the location, the space, the facilities, the neighbours and so on, can all have an impact on the feel of the place. As everyone knows, we work far more successfully in an environment which has the right feel.

So there are my 3 mistakes to avoid when leasing a new office. I hope they help.

The author is based in Surrey in the UK and is a digital designer. For top quality Central London Office Agents he thoroughly recommends and for those clever Mobile Repeater systems and business Video Conferencing visit

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