Commercial property

Whether you are about to take or grant a lease of business premises or buy, sell or refinance commercial property, we have the experience, expertise and practical know how which is essential in today’s competitive commercial property market. We can also offer advice to developers looking to acquire sites subject to planning with the intention to sell or let individual units.

We understand that each client is unique. Because our clients’ success is central to our own, we tailor our service to your requirements and work with you by putting all our efforts into achieving the best possible outcome for you and your business.

Whether you are a start up business taking your first business premises on lease or an experienced property developer, we take the time to understand your business objectives and the commercial issues you face with the aim of building an on-going trusted professional relationship with you.

Our client base is diverse. We provide expert advice to small to medium sized businesses (SME’s / OMB’s) as well as larger companies. Our clients are individuals, partnerships and companies who may be landlords of business premises, land owners, developers, investors, pension schemes, professional services firms or charities in the retail, office, industrial, leisure and licensed premises sectors. We pride ourselves on the quality of service we deliver and every matter is handled by a senior commercial property solicitor.  Our service is professional and delivered at reasonable cost with the minimum of fuss. We are approachable and determined to exceed your expectations, so that you will have confidence in approaching us should you need legal advice again and would have no hesitation in recommending us to others.

 

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