The Myerson Coffee Couch presents:


Important changes to managing commercial property POST COVID-19 webinar with Darryl Lee and Phil Spark of Strategic Property Management.


About this free webinar:

Hosted by Jeremy Lee, Partner in the Real Estate Group at Myerson Solicitors.

Date:        Tuesday 12 May

Time:       14:00 pm – 14:20 pm


Join the Myerson Real Estate Network for a LIVE 15-minute ‘Coffee Couch catch up’ discussing the impact COVID-19 will have on property management and the changes landlords and businesses should implement now to keep tenants, clients and employees safe when they return to the office.

On the Coffee Couch this week we have guests Darryl Lee MBE MRICS and Phil Spark MRICS from Strategic Property Management - a leading and experienced independent firm of qualified commercial property management surveyors who specialise in all aspects of Commercial Property & Asset Management. 


They’ll be discussing:

  • The first steps in preparing commercial properties for a return to work
  • Keeping tenants, staff and clients safe
  • Implementation of building alterations and procedures
  • Practical tips, help and support


This week’s Coffee Couch, will be of particular interest to:

  • property professionals
  • landlords with multi-let properties
  • co-working space owners
  • business owners


Join us next week - same time, same place - for another instalment of the Coffee Couch. 


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