We deal with all aspects of commercial property and we do it quickly and diligently.
We are different than other law firms. You don’t have to chase us for answers because we do the chasing for you and we keep you up to date at every step.
Commercial Property

Landlords

Tenants

Developers

Investors

Buying and selling

Pension funds

Leases

Licences

Agricultural land

Dilapidations

Deeds of trust

Whatever else you might need

We act for landlords and tenants so we work on large commercial leases all the way through to licences to occupy, taking care of the stamp duty land tax or “SDLT” and Land Registry requirements for you.

We also deal with dilapidations and work closely with surveyors for our clients, whether they are facing a tenant on the run or we are acting for the tenant who is facing an unfair demand to reinstate a property.

We buy and sell commercial units on developments, one-off commercial properties, agricultural properties and even the odd lake or two!

One way of utilising your pension funds is to purchase a free-of-mortgage commercial unit and lease it out, in fact, your pension scheme might even be able to purchase the office you work out of ad lease it back to your business so that your pension and tax profiles are working hard for you. While we don’t offer tax advice, we do work with accountants and IFAs and put the property structures in place hand in hand with them.

We also undertake development work for our property developers, so this involves acquiring parcels of land, dealing with the title and selling off-plan, we prepare sellers packs and deal with your buyers and set up management companies for common areas.  Our corporate and property expertise allows us to offer a package for developers that takes away the headache of the paperwork. These days, there is a new breed of property investor who is looking to supplement or replace their employed income and often this involves inviting third parties to invest in property ‘with’ them so that their funding is self-raised. We assist with the agreements and check FCA regulations to ensure a safe trading practice – this is particularly important given how many snake oil salesmen there are in the property game.

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