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Posted by Andrew Jones on 09 March 2016

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Andrew Jones Partner

We acted for the Electric Bike Corporation Limited (EBC) as tenant in taking a new lease of larger premises to help accommodate their recent and planned future growth.

The lease was for a 6 year term and the property was a larger unit on the same estate in Leamington as they had been occupying previously (and with the same landlord) – we also dealt with a surrender of those premises.

Electric Bike Corporation specialise in electric bikes and both supply and assemble electric bikes using parts and technologies from a range of well-known electric bike component manufacturers.

The team at Electric Bike Corporation have considerable previous experience in the bicycle market, having previously founded one of the industry’s well known cycle brands of the 1980s and 1990s.

Electric Bike Corporation have been finalists in the BikeBiz awards for the last 4 years.

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Andrew has considerable experience in acting for clients on the acquisition and disposal of freehold and leasehold commercial properties.

Andrew Jones

Andrew has considerable experience in acting for clients on the acquisition and disposal of freehold and leasehold commercial properties.

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