Reasurrance Offered to Tenants as ROK is Placed into Administration
Posted on 16th November 2010
Following the announcement that building firm ROK Developments has been placed into administration, Danny Pinkus, Partner at Robert Pinkus & Co. is urging tenants at Blackpool Business Park not to worry about their existing leases.
ROK owns The Links development, comprising Seneca House and Piper Court and a further 16 industrial units off Amy Johnson Way at the popular south shoure business park.
Danny Pinkus said, “We believe that Price Waterhouse Coopers (PWC) have been appointed administrator for ROK and they will be responsible for the sale of any land or property owned by ROK if and when the siutation arises. We endeavour to reassure tenants that their lease should not be affected nor should they be at risk from losing their offices or industrial premises as their existing signed lease is a legally-binding contract.”