A Make Good Schedule outlines the requirements of a Tenant to bring the property back to its state at lease commencement.

After scrutinizing the lease documentation and in full consultation with you, a comprehensive inspection of the premises is undertaken resulting in a detailed written report incorporating digital photographs.

A Make Good Schedule makes comparisons to the property's condition at the commencement of a lease and clearly sets out works that are required to be carried out by the Tenant in order that the property is returned in the same condition as it was initially offered.

Make Good Schedules are ideally carried out prior to lease end and carry much more weight if a Condition Report or Dilapidation Report is provided as evidence of the property's original condition.