Moving Business Premises? Don’t Forget To Do This

by Tanya May 19, 2022
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Moving business premises can mean additional space, extra resources, happier staff, and bigger profits.

But despite the positives, moving to a business location is stressful because there is a lot to think about.

Moving premises is a change for people, so ease the friction by involving them in the decisions regarding furniture, facilities, and their desk space.

Moving doesn’t need to disrupt your operations. Using a few tips and tricks will make it much simpler.

How to move business premises: 3 basic tips

1. Plan ahead

Planning ahead is vital to ensuring moving business premises goes as smoothly as possible. There’ll be quite a few things to manage and juggle, so keep things flexible.

 You can keep on top of everything by having a detailed plan.

Figuring out when you’re going to move is a significant part of this. As well as what you need to move. If you’re bringing equipment or machinery, you may need to hire machinery movers.

From dismantling through to relocation and installation, Flegg Projects would take care of it all.

By identifying everything that needs to be done beforehand, you’ll have a real positive impact on employee engagement and help make sure the move is a success.

2. Purge your old premises

While you probably have the equipment, furniture, and machinery you need to relocate to a new place, you also have stuff you want to get rid of. Just make sure that you have a replacement at the new location.

We recommend purging the unwanted items late in the process as it’ll make the transition from one premise to another much easier.

You may also want to get rid of paper documents if you’re not bringing them with you. You’ll need to do this according to data privacy regulations, so properly purging and destroying them is vital.

3. Update your details

Once you’ve finally moved locations, you might think all of your work is done.

You’ll also need to make sure you update your location details in various places.

Business bank accounts, business registrations, mail delivery, and your website are some of the more notable parts of this.

While some of these may be obvious, it’s easy to overlook a few places where you should update your location details. 

Think of everyone that needs your location details and ensure they’re given the new address.

At the same time, update any areas that include your location details and other contact information.

The earlier you get this done, the better.

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