January 2006
A-Z of Facilities & Property Management;2006, p391
The article offers a guide to zoning in Great Britain. Retail units are normally zoned with the varying areas in each zone adjusted arithmetically to give what is termed a zone A equivalent (ZAE). If a market rate is then applied to the ZAEs the rent for the property can be calculated. Looking from the pavement towards the rear of a shop, the first 20 feet, regardless of width, is Zone A. The next 20 feet of depth is Zone B, the third area of depth is Zone C and the fourth Zone D.


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