Working With Charities & Landlords Across The UK

ASTOP’s unique service links charities and good causes with commercial property owners with empty spaces. Our approach has transformed vacant retail and office space into community assets across the UK. We have helped countless landlords reduce costs while supporting good causes in the ultimate win-win scenario. Our partnerships are typically welcomed by local authorities across the country. Truly nationwide, we have a long proven track record of success from London to Liverpool and beyond.

If you represent a charity or good cause, check out your location below to see how we could help you find new local premises.

If you are a commercial property owner or landlord with an empty space to fill, click the map too. We can start finding you a deserving local partner.

Our UK-wide network is growing all the time. Do you want to be part of it?

London is home to the most dynamic commercial property marketplace in the world. It needn’t be stressful though. We have helped many clients in the area successfully navigate a way through it.

London

The London commercial property market stands as the largest and most vibrant globally. Office and retail spaces are highly sought after. Canary Wharf, The West End, The City, and numerous other iconic locations are internationally recognized as prime areas for living, working, leisure, and entertainment.

WEST MIDLANDS

Once known as the Workshop of The World, the West Midlands has played a crucial role in our history since the Industrial Revolution. It possesses a rich industrial heritage that started with coal mining and metalworking, and continues to influence British manufacturing and technological innovation today.

south wales

South Wales and its natural resources were crucial to Britain’s industrial history, establishing it as a global industrial powerhouse by the late 18th century. The legacy of this period is significant, with the past still prominently reflected in the South Wales landscape and its commercial and industrial property market.

YORKSHIRE

Located in the heart of England, Yorkshire offers a diverse array of commercial property opportunities to suit various business needs. From the bustling urban centers of Leeds and Sheffield to the charming market towns and scenic rural landscapes of the Dales, Yorkshire presents an attractive mix of modernity and tradition.

Manchester

Manchester’s history is deeply connected with Great Britain’s industrial and commercial past. During the Industrial Revolution, Manchester became a global textile powerhouse, sparking a surge in commercial property development to house mills, warehouses, factories, and worker accommodations.

Liverpool

Manchester’s history is deeply connected with Great Britain’s industrial and commercial past. During the Industrial Revolution, Manchester became a global textile powerhouse, sparking a surge in commercial property development to house mills, warehouses, factories, and worker accommodations.

Essex

Essex is increasingly recognized as a dynamic business hub. Its proximity to London and extensive transport network, including airports, railways, and motorways, make it ideal for growth and connectivity. Essex offers a diverse range of commercial spaces, from state-of-the-art office buildings in bustling town centers like Chelmsford and Basildon to industrial estates and warehouses perfect for logistics and manufacturing.

Kent

Kent, often referred to as the Garden of England, is becoming a sought-after destination for business investment. Its strategic location, bridging London, the South-East and Europe, offers unparalleled access to major markets.

Surrey

Our work helps Surrey property owners temporarily without tenants ethically claim unoccupied Business Rates relief while supporting numerous charitable ventures, community initiatives and Surrey-based good causes.

Hampshire

Given its South Coast location, Hampshire is home to a dynamic retail and commercial property sector. The county boasts several key economic hubs including the cities of Southampton and Portsmouth, both of which have, over the years, offered robust opportunities for businesses seeking to establish or expand their presence.

Dorset’s retail landscape blends charming tourist-friendly high streets with more modern retail properties offering a unique shopping experience. Towns like Bournemouth, Poole, Dorchester and Bridport used to feature bustling shopping centres, but the region is inevitably changing as residents’ shopping habits change.