CR Commercial Property Group understands that the search for new office premises is exciting and energising – it is easy to allow it to eclipse the need to be equally vigilant over the process of leaving your existing building and the make good obligations that are linked to your Lease obligations.

We assess the make good clauses of your lease which are likely to demand that you leave the property in the same condition on the last day of your lease as when you first took it over. If you do not do so, you will be obliged to negotiate a financial settlement with your landlord and may be liable for compensation to the Landlord for the rent lost if the Landlord has to undertake the works itself after your lease expires.

The area of make goods is complex. CR Commercial Property Group will work closely with you to ensure you are absolutely clear about your responsibilities for the new building and will negotiate with the Landlord should a financial settlement be prudent in lieu of a proper make good.


We are proud to announce that one of our recently completed projects, has been placed as a finalist in the State award for the 2017 State Development of the Year and the National award for the Best Workplace Project in the Property Council of Australia and Rider Levett Bucknall’s Innovation & Excellence Awards.