CEDR Mediators successfully resolve 90% of commercial property disputes.
The commercial property sector, while already a significant source of conflict, has been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic.
In March 2022, it is estimated commercial rent arrears were in the region of £9bn.
CEDR’s mediation services are uniquely well suited to help resolve commercial property disputes with a client-centric focus on commercialism and pragmatism.
Typically, but not exclusively, CEDR helps clients deal with disputes concerning:
- Service charges
- Issues with managing agents
- Breach of covenants
- Professional negligence
- Commercial property joint ventures
- Rent arrears
Examples of where mediation has helped tackle these issues, along with case studies can be found in our FREE, dedicated Commercial Property Guide here.
CEDR’s mediators are experienced in helping clients resolve disputes valued from £10,000 to claims in the hundreds of millions. They are also capable of conducting mediations both in-person and/or virtually.
Our team of client advisors work incredibly closely with our panel of mediators to ensure as a either a client or client representative, you receive:
- Tailored mediator recommendations depending on the specific needs of your case
- Cost proportionate fees
- Advice from start to finish on setting-up and running your mediation
- On-going assistance following the mediation if required
- Support with any online mediation requirements
“The conduct of the CEDR staff prior to the mediation and during mediation was great. The responses were very efficient and whenever help was needed, we received it.” - Senior Associate, City Law Firm