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Savills - AB V0.3

Alliance Boots and Savills – A Powerful Partnership
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Elisabetta Bruno

on 2 May 2018

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A Powerful Partnership
SAVILLS PLEDGE TO YOU
Partnership
Simplicity
Trust
Entrepreneurship
Service
Agency
Retail, Offices
& Logistics
Management
Lease Advisory
Building Services
Lease Administration
COMMUNICATION COMPLIANCE AND SINGLE POINT OF CONTACT
Case Study
Walgreen Document Management and Audit
Scan, index and abstract 140 million SF and 14,400+ owned, leased and subleased location documents.
Identified missing property files.
Implemented document management solution to transition from a proprietary technology to TRIRIGA.

The result
Over $1.4 million recovered and millions of identified savings in the pipeline under negotiation.

Advised on acquisitions of
Prime Coney Street,
York and Church Street, Liverpool units for Boots Health and Beauty and disposal of Coney Street, York Freehold
2009
Advised on the acquisition of
a number of stores from the administrators for Woolworths
2010
Retained to act on
Boots Surplus Portfolio following competitive pitch covering Property Management, Agency, Building Services and Lease Consultancy.
2011
Disposed of a number of
retail leasehold liabilities as part of the surplus portfolio and hit target for year.
Advised on
acquisition on Farringdon Road
2012
Advised on the extension and re-gear off
retail asset in Islington and acquisition on Holloway Road

2013
Advised on the disposal of
Prime Retail Investment asset in Chichester at post recession record of 4.4% NIY.
Advised on acquisition of 4
trial convenience stores in London
Advised on lease re-gear
in George Street Richmond.
2014
Continue to advise on
Surplus Portfolio, advising on the acquisition of a number of Opticians stores, Prime retail unit in Putney and disposal of prime residential asset in Richmond.
2008
ROSS ALLARDICE
Scotland Director
ANNE MARIE LONERGAN
Northern Ireland Director
GARETH SHIELLS
Southern Ireland Director
PETER BARKER
North
Director
CHRIS O'MAHONY
South West Director
ANTHONY SELWYN
Central London Director
SAM FOYLE
London & South East
Director
BEN CHISLETT
London & South East
Director
Client Contact
Director
LEASE CONSULTANCY
ALAN ELSTOB
Director
JONATHON STOTT
Director
SUSANNE TAGGART
OUT OF TOWN RETAIL
Director
DOMINIC RODBOURNE
INTERNATIONAL
Managing Director
NICK BRADSTREET
RESEARCH
Director
TOM WHITTINGTON
Key Client Contact
DAN KENT
UK RETAIL OVERVIEW
OUR APPROACH
AUDIT
DATA GATHERING
APPRAISAL
STRATEGIC CONSULTING
IMPLEMENTATION
TENANT REPRESENTATION
In accordance with your instructions, we have set out our ‘Approach’’ for providing Blount a ‘Turn Key’ solution. Our ‘Approach’ follows clearly defined tasks and project milestones based around the following headings:-
Audit existing leases, to include break and renewal options and their notice periods.

Re-evaluate dilapidation liabilities at lease end.

Undertake ‘User Requirement Space Audit’

Undertake detailed market review of all viable options (existing buildings, buildings under construction ‘build to suit’ options in accordance with the brief
Detailed timeline setting out the front end of disciplines, key milestones of the project from start to finish.

Identifies optimum procurement timetable having regard to Blount’s operational requirements.

Undertake a benchmark appraisal of all viable options, comparing against market norm.

Scenario planning and financially modelling to determine the cost benefit of each option in comparison to remaining in-situ.
Transactional
Arranging and conducting inspections with you of preferred options.

Undertaking a sensibility analysis of all qualitative and financial considerables.

Developing a negotiation strategy preparing and submitting other offers.

Agreeing detailed Heads of Terms, working with your solicitors to execution of legal documentation.


Project Management
1. Provide best practise layout and design
2. Due Diligence on short listed options
3. Mitigate dilapidations liability
4. Tender and project manage fit-out works
5. Pre-screening of potential Developers
6. Preparation of bid packages including architectural drawings suitable for tendering purposes.
7. Negotiations with the developer
8. Providing Developer oversight during the construction process to completion
EUROPEAN EXPERIENCE
UNITED BISCUITS
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Purchaser 15,000 sqm
PROJECT APEX
Nigeria
United Biscuits JV
Four factory sites
Full technical and environmental appraisals
AO.COM
Tenant Representation
United Biscuits JV
Four factory sites
Full technical and environmental appraisals
BRADY CORPORATION
Tenant Representation
Full cost benefit and market appraisal renewal versus relocation strategy
Milan, Italy
BLOUNT INTERNATIONAL
Strategic Consulting
4 site co-location Strategy
€4.3m cost savings over 5 years
Stuttgart, Germany
EUROPE WAREHOUSE & DISTRIBUTION OVERVIEW
MEXICO RETAIL OVERVIEW
NORTH EAST:
406
Alliance Boots Locations
NORTH WEST:
263
Alliance Boots Locations
CENTRAL:
360
Alliance Boots Locations
Mexico is the 14 largest world economy with a per capita income on par with South Korea and Poland.

Mexico is the launch pad for multinational companies entering South America with 600 million consumers.

Over the last 20 years Mexico has benefited for economic stability and low interest rates.

REITs have emerged over the last 5 years, injecting capital and an explosion of new office buildings, logistic centres and shopping centres.

ECONOMIC OVERVIEW
The market continues to grow during 2014, with accumulated sales growth of 11.3% (source: ANTAD)

Comprises high quality shopping centres and an estimated 2.3 million small stores.

76.5% of Mexicans live on cities of over 50,000 inhabitants. Shopping centres total 25 million sq m with the 'Community Centre', anchored by a supermarket or cinema the most common format.

21 million sq m of retail development under construction, each scheme over 100,000 sq m in the 4 main cities in Mexico (Mexico City, Monterrey, Guadalajara and Queretaro).

There are 30 shopping centres set for completion by Q4 2014.

Rents for prime space, such as Mexico City are in the region of $45.0-$50.0 psm, month.

RETAIL OVERVIEW
TEAM ORGANISATION CHART
CHILE RETAIL OVERVIEW
NORTH WEST:
93
Alliance Boots Locations
CENTRAL:
199
Alliance Boots Locations
(Santiago)
SOUTH:
97
Alliance Boots Locations
6th most developed country in South America on terms of GDP.

Population of 17.5 million with a per capital of circa $19,887, on a par with Uruguay and above Brazil.

Political stability over the last 20 years with single digit inflation and low interest rates has attracted foreign capital and development.

Multinational companies such as H&M, Google and Starbucks have entered the market.

ECONOMIC OVERVIEW
RETAIL OVERVIEW
TEAM ORGANISATION CHART
Comprises 4,073 million sq m of retail space.

Chilean shopping centres has experienced significant period of prosperity with 6 new schemes opening between 2014-16.

During 2014, rents for prime locations such as Santiago de Chile are approx. $50.0 sq m

NORTH:
17
Alliance Boots Locations
NORTH EAST
17
Alliance Boots Locations
CENTRAL:
155
Alliance Boots Locations
EAST:
20
Alliance Boots Locations
SOUTH:
34
Alliance Boots Locations
Thailand is the 2nd largest economy in South East Asia. after Indonesia.

The Thai economy is heavily export dependant with export accounting for 2/3rds of the GDP

The economy grow by circa 4% in 2012-13. However due to political unrest the last 2 quarters GDP has contacted and the economy is technically in recession.

ECONOMIC OVERVIEW
RETAIL OVERVIEW
Over the last 10-15 years some of the regions biggest shopping centres have been developed. Not just in Bangkok but in the regions too.

The pharmaceutical sector is the fast growing sector with strong consumer demand for beauty products, health care and anti-ageing creams.

Shopping centres account for approx. 59% of retail space, with community stores and superstore/ big box operators accounting for the balance.

Occupancy rates are 90-95% with very strong demand in City centres with mass rail hubs.

Due to the recent political unrest retail sales have fallen by 7%-8% in 2014.

ASIA:
39
Savills Locations
AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND:
13
Savills Locations
Revenue from our Asia Pacific operations accounts for over 39% of our Group revenue

Over 21,000 staff

44 offices
SAVILLS ASIA PACIFIC OVERVIEW
KEY RETAIL HIGHLIGHTS
Savills has a dedicated retail team comprising 166 specialists across 14 offices and 7 countries

Our team’s core services enable us to monitor, analyse and implement real estate strategies efficiently

Approx. 2.8 million sq ft leased in 2013, with key accounts including Apple, Abercrombe & Fitch, DFS and MaxMara
THAILAND RETAIL OVERVIEW
ASIA PACIFIC RETAIL OVERVIEW
USA RETAIL OVERVIEW
KEY POINT OF CONTACT AND INSTRUCTION MANAGER
DAN KENT
INSTRUCTION COORDINATION AND REPORTING
LAURA SALIBURY-JONES
GLOBAL LEASE ADMINISTRATION
ALBERT STABILE
EUROPE
SAM FOYLE
PIERS NICKALLS
UK
COEN DE LANGE
NETHERLANDS
KRISTIAN BARTHELS
GERMANY
SERGE VAYER
FRANCE
ANA ZAVALA
SPAIN

ASIA PACIFIC
MARK PRICE
MARK VINTON
NUSARA PONGPITAK
THAILAND

AMERICAS
JEFF LAGOWITZ
WILLIAM BAUMAN
USA

JAVIER KUTZ CLEVER
RENE PICARD ROSSBACH
MEXICO & CHILE
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