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30 September 2021

Featured Article: The proposed Government lease amendment – a quick Q&A on what it means and for whom

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28 November 2021

Teaching Council: Fast-track delivery

When the Teaching Council of Aotearoa NZ – the professional body for teachers in early childhood education, primary and secondary schooling – needed support finding a new solution for their head office of 100+ staff by the end of 2020, TwentyTwo jumped into action…The scope: Space required: Minimum 1200m2 Special requirements: Single floor and NBS of 80% + Delivery date: By Q2 2021 Teaching Council first approached us seeking advice about how they could obtain more certainty from their existing landlord to complete overdue seismic works as their lease renewal quickly approached.

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30 September 2021

The proposed Government lease amendment – a quick Q&A on what it means and for whom

A new implied covenant is set to be introduced into certain commercial leases, effectively adding a clause to leases that may allow rental abatement because of access restrictions during lockdowns.

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16 September 2021

Local government – A new approach to new problems

The independent local government review announced by Minister of Local Government Nanaia Mahuta on 23 April is not before time.

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01 September 2021

New Zealand's new free-range workplaces are leading the world

While others are still hypothesising about the future of work and how staff will be coaxed, persuaded, encouraged or maybe even bribed to come back to the office, we have adjusted to a new hybrid,...

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11 August 2021

Three tips: How to get lease management right and improve business performance

TwentyTwo’s Rob Campbell shares his three key tips to getting commercial property management right… In-house/out-house: Why does it matter?For businesses with a single site or handful of sites, managing the lease or ownership responsibilities largely in-house can make...

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