The Leasing Process

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Before you start - do you really need a new Wellington office?


It might be that your current office space is suitable to meet your business needs now and in the future, but you're approaching the end of your current lease. If you want to stay we'll need to confirm that the space is available, we can then help to negotiate a new lease on your behalf.


​​If your current office is no longer appropriate due to size, location, cost or the business just needs a change to spark office productivity or general happiness... then maybe it's time to relocate.



What's driving this move? Why relocate?

Business Needs

This is the category that most businesses will tick when asked why they're relocating. It's often just a matter of your current offices being too big, too small, too expensive or just plain wrong for one factor or another. These are all good reasons to look to relocate - aiming for better efficiency within your office space.

Brand Revitalisation

Recently acquired a new business or looking to relaunch your brand? The building you occupy says a lot about your business. It's a chance to get your employees onboard as brand advocates as well as making a statement to your customers on your core values.

Employee Productivity & Happiness

It's really simple - your people will likely be happier in their beautiful new office. Happy people are productive people and productive people can significantly effect a companies bottom line - which means bigger profits for the business. Staff retention is another positive factor. Businesses need to factor in the flow-on effects a new office can play in the bigger picture.



We want to move - what next?


1. Determine Your Property Needs

  • Understand your business needs

  • Identify decision makers / team and confirm the critical timing of relocation

  • Provide Bayleys with a brief

  • Talk through the brief so we're completely aligned 

2. Take Your Brief to Market

  • Take your brief and provide you with all suitable options

  • Shortlist the top 6-8 properties

  • Gather any additional information specific to these properties

  • Inspect the shortlisted options 

3. Option Breakdown

  • Re-scope brief if required

  • Select the top 2-3 options based on your brief

  • Financial analysis

  • Design consultation and test-fits

  • Conduct Further inspections

4. Space Commitment

  • Commit to new (or existing) premises

  • Complete office lease documentation

  • Fit-out design and project management