Workspace design and build for landlords

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Create an engaging space with intentional design. Optimise your space for tenants, increasing their business’ potential with a desirable workplace that brings out your asset’s true potential.

Your journey starts here.


We analyse your space and its potential, gathering data to convert into a workable design that brings inspiration to your tenants.


A great design is about more than making your space look good. We offer data-driven plans that shape how your asset will be viewed and utilised.

Fit Out.

Implement your innovative new office design, creating a space that attracts tenants with its potential and beautiful finish, offering an increase to your return-on-investment.


Add additional incentives to your space with quality furnishings that maximise comfort levels while matching its aesthetics. Need any changes? We’re a call away.


Realise the true potential of your office space. Perform a comprehensive redesign that updates every aspect of your asset with future-proofed design.

Making the built environment more sustainable.

We offer value-driven solutions that environmental impact of your project. Our solutions can lead to energy and cost savings in the long term with improvements to functionality and wellbeing through energy efficiency measures and life-cycle analysis.

Our expert team has a firm understanding of the categories and standards that buildings are held to when ensuring their sustainability. Whether it’s WELL, BREEAM, LEED, or any other accreditation, we have the knowledge and ability to comply with and achieve these certifications for your space.

How will your new workspace design benefit you?

Get the most out of your workspace. It all starts by taking the first step – reaching out to us. We’ll be there to support you along the rest of the way.

  • Engage your tenants with innovative, attractive visuals
  • Collaborate with our responsive team for consistent communication and feedback
  • Unleash the potential of your space for wellbeing and productivity
  • Get involved with the exciting process
  • Rest assured with our flexible, open approach
  • Trust in the process – we’re here for you at every twist and turn

Landlords also ask.

If you’ve got any questions, you can find out more through our FAQs where we answer common questions from our clients.

Do commercial landlords have to supply an electrical certificate?

Electrical certifications fall on the shoulders of either the business owner of your building, or the commercial landlord. These are the people who are legally responsible for the electrical safety of the property.

Likewise, fire safety is also a point of note. A designated responsible person can include:

  • Employer
  • Business owner
  • Landlord
  • Occupier
  • Facilities manager

If the landlord is the responsible person for a commercial property, they are the one in charge of fire safety.

What’s the difference between a tenant and a landlord?

The difference between a tenant and a landlord when it comes to interior design is whether or not you own the building that you’re working in. A tenant is typically a group of occupants such as a business, including staff and management. While a tenant can be a landlord, typically landlords lease out their office spaces for tenants to use.

Whether you’re a landlord or a tenant, it is important to ensure that the interior of your building is designed to be as efficient and appealing as possible. At AMH Projects, we provide design and build services to ensure that both landlords and tenants will be satisfied with the workspace.

Learn more about services for tenants.

How is commercial interior design important?

A well-designed interior is a crucial point for many businesses. Size is one thing, but layout and flow can mean the difference between a space that works and one that excels. This feeds directly into the wellbeing of employees, the productivity of the business, and the happiness of your tenants.

Supplying features like ventilation, air conditioning, and lighting are great ways to improve the quality of your building. Having an open, easily adjustable space can help to suit your tenants’ needs, while supplying furnishings can provide them with an all-in-one package that completes their office immediately – providing a convenient, attractive space in which to do business.

What are the legal obligations of a commercial landlord?

There are a number of regulations based around building control, certifications, and fire safety that landlords are typically the responsible person for. Aside from this, any additional stipulations within the lease will clearly set out what the responsibilities of a commercial landlord are.

For the most part, these responsibilities are limited to the structure itself – foundations, floors, roofs, exterior walls, and anything else that is an intrinsic part of the building.

Tenants are typically responsible for everything else, such as non-structural repairs and building decorations.

Depending on the purpose of your space and the types of tenants you have, it can be beneficial to provide a space that’s designed to suit their needs – not only will this increase retention, but you may even see better returns on a space that’s bespoke to your clients.