Business Model for Redevelopment of Derelict Commercial Properties in the UK

This report describes a business model for redeveloping empty, often derelict, commercial properties in the UK. When executed properly, this model may generate a turnover of 400,000 to 1,200,000 pounds per year. However, the report is offered “as is”, without any guarantees. The author accepts no liability for any decisions or actions that may or may not be taken on the basis of the report. More

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Language: English
ISBN: 9781476193403
About Angelina Souren

I am a geologist and marine biogeochemist, but those are only a few labels. I didn't enrol in earth sciences until I was in my mid-twenties, for example and used to work in tourism and hospitality in Amsterdam before that.

I was a board member of national science-related organizations in my native the Netherlands such as the Environmental Chemistry (and Toxicology) section of the Royal Netherlands Chemical Society.

I have written on various topics in civil engineering, geochemistry, environmental chemistry and other science and technology areas. I did this for example for the US-based Geochemical Society, which is an international scientific society that encourages the application of chemistry to problems of a geological or cosmological nature. I also wrote for a major global engineering firm (ARCADIS). Among other things, I spoke and e-mailed with people all over the world, on Skype and on location, and wrote about them and their work

I also spent five years in tourism and hospitality in Amsterdam and three years at a major law firm (Clifford Chance). In addition, I now have nearly two decades of experience with self-employment and small businesses from which I learned a lot as well. (I am a sole trader as well as a Company Director.) I was an extra for film and TV in Amsterdam, a volunteer in wild-bird rehab in Florida, and many things more.

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