Thursday 25 April 2013 1.31pm
Guy's street wrote:
If each property is individually leased and run as a seperate business by seperate people, then I'd say they are not owned by the same people. .... (not that I'm an expert).
I'm sorry, but it's quite simple.
Very few restaurants own their premises. Why would they? How could they be expected to afford the cost of buying the building?
FFSE1 is simply saying that the owner OF ALL THE BUILDINGS is the same person (or company). The buildings are then leased out to different businesses.
This is what happens pretty much everyhere.
...if you press it, they will come.