Granby Martin is a firm of chartered surveyors, property managers and consultants with wide experience in a range of property-related matters. The directors have over 30 years experience in the property sector and over 15 years with Science Parks.
Granby Martin specialise in the acquisition, development and management of property for small businesses, including those in the knowledge and innovation sector. They can provide advice on the setting up of new Science Parks and innovation centres as well as assisting with issues arising from the day to day management. Granby Martin have a clear understanding of these requirements, not only the essential property matters, where their core expertise lies but also the wider issues of technology transfer, business support and interaction with academic and research institutions.
Granby Martin have been involved with several Science Park projects, including work on tenant demand and the implementation of processes for the day to day operation of sites. Granby Martin is the manager of South Bank Technopark in Central London, owned by London South Bank University.
As chartered surveyors they can also provide more general property advice, including property acquisition and disposal, rent reviews and lease renewals, landlord and tenant matters, business rates, property marketing, building construction, health and safety, energy performance and fire safety. They are able to provide advice and consultancy both general and specific to Science Parks, and for both owners and occupiers.
Paul Carver is a former director of UKSPA and is always willing to offer both informal advice and consultancy services on a range of Science Park and property-related issues.
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