occupier


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a member of a military force who is residing in a conquered foreign country

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Should there be a good synergy, this short-term relationship can potentially develop out into a full-term lease and for landlords, taking on the right short-term occupier can also potentially mean bragging rights further down the line that they were the ones who brought 'The Next Big Thing' to a location.
The effects are being felt already with occupiers stipulating minimum performance ratings for new buildings and this will only increase.
Global Occupier Services, which creates solutions for real estate portfolios, has more than doubled its revenue and earnings since becoming a major focus of C&W in 2010.
They are passionate about serving our clients and together will enhance our Occupier Services platform across service lines and geographies, said Edward C.
Falling supply levels in centrally located freezones is aggravating demand for space in more secondary locations such as Dubai Health Care City and the International Media Production Freezone (IMPZ), with both recording rising levels of interest from occupiers.
The occupier managed to drive off and report the incident.
THE outlook is positive for logistics and industrial property owners and occupiers in the West Yorkshire market in 2014, it is claimed.
Developers who have persisted and delivered high-end projects in established business districts are now looking to capitalise on current and future occupier demand.
By way of contrast, the picture in Brazil is rather more downbeat, particularly in the occupier market where the headline sentiment indicator dropped to -39 from -28.
It is easy to understand why then, Turbine Business Park, with its direct access to the A19 and close proximity to the A1, Enterprise Zone status and flexible development packages is proving an attractive location for many occupiers.
50 per sq ft, driven by traditional West End occupiers moving east taking advantage of better availability and lower rents.
As a member of the Cushman & Wakefield national occupier team, I have a sound understanding of large occupiers' needs and have significant experience in sourcing ideal office locations.
Mark Watkins, development surveyor for St Modwen, said: "Whitley Business Park has consistently attracted occupier interest since its launch with occupiers here ranging from business energy consultants GET Solutions UK Ltd to electrical manufacturer Cooper Crouse-Hinds and Jaguar Land Rover.
Let's annoy the American occupier," the Shiite cleric noted.
world hear that Iraq still rejects the occupier and the vice," he said, urging