Elec­tric firm shrugs off Brexit vote feArs

Whole­saler agrees 10-year lease at cen­tre

The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - Business - By Paul Grin­nell paul.grin­nell@jpress.co.uk Twit­ter: @PTPaulGrin­nell

Elec­tri­cal whole­saler YESSS has brushed off Brexit con­cerns with a move into Peter­bor­ough. YESSS Elec­tri­cal has just agreeda10-year­leaseatar­ent of £30,000ayearona4,872sq ftu­nit in the Brey­don Cen­tre, Pad­holme Road.

Richard Jones, di­rec­tor at Barker Storey Matthews, which acted j ointly with Sav­ills in se­cur­ing the deal, said: “This let­ting adds fur­ther con­fi­dence to Peter­bor­ough af­ter the un­cer­tainty cre­ated fol­low­ing the ref­er­en­dum.”

Mr Jones added: “There was a clear sign of hes­i­tance within the mar­ket in the im­me­di­ate af­ter­math of Brexit, how­ever the an­nounce­ment of a large Euro­pean com­pany com­mit­ting to a 10-year lease within Peter­bor­ough high­lights thecity’s re­silience an­dap­pealo­nan­in­ter­na­tional scale.”

Fam­ily- run YESSS will open an out­let/trade counter fa­cil­ity in the unit, which will bring the firm’s number of branches across Europe to more than 412.

The build­ing is a mid-ter­race ware­house that has re­cently been re­fur­bished. There are cir­cum­stances when you can ap­ply for a court to set aside a will com­pletely.

The first ques­tion that should­beaskedis­whetherthe will has­been­prop­er­lyex­e­cuted - to be valid a will has to be drawn up cor­rectly. It should be signed by the tes­ta­tor in the pres­ence of twow­it­nesses who­must­sign­the­do­c­u­ment. If this has not hap­pened, or there is doubt about whether both wit­nesses were present, a will can be chal­lenged.

The per­son who drafts the will should be in­de­pen­dent of the ben­e­fi­cia­ries. Manyelderly peo­ple get their chil­dren to help­with­their­wills, bu­tif one of the chil­dren draws up the will and also in­her­its, it could be chal­lenged. Such mis­takes are be­com­ing more com­mon thankstothein­crea­seindo-ity­our­self wills. Although these maybe­suit­able for those with sim­ple af­fairs, any­one with a larger es­tate or more com­pli­cated fi­nances (for ex­am­ple those with chil­dren from a pre­vi­ous mar­riage) should seek le­gal ad­vice.

The newYESSS Elec­tri­cal unit in the Brey­don Cen­tre.

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