... is any building in which trade or industry is the primary activity. Such buildings may also be destined for use as warehouses, depots, transport hubs, or even cold storage. Logistics centres, package sorting offices or order preparation and dispatch locations also fall into the category of commercial property, just as factories, or other production or manufacturing facilities.
...these buildings need to comply with all normal construction standards and are often the subject of specific regulations concerning safety and hygiene. The enlargement of the European Union has contributed significantly to the creation of a single regulatory process, and has had the effect of increasing competition causing companies to produce a more global offering within the European Community.
... it is important to ensure that the building is properly suited to the activity planned, and it is strongly recommended that the services of an approved architect or the appropriate local authority department be used in validating any proposed changes to the building. And finally, if the building is destined for use by the general public, it will be necessary to provide access for disabled people – and this from the start of activity on the site. If this is not done, there is a risk that the building will be closed down until all changes to meet such norms have been implemented.
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