Clients ranging from international property companies to home owners ask us to advise on all aspects of property transactions and management.  We act for property funds, developers, private investors, lending institutions, charities, landed estates and property professionals.  Often this will require expertise in respect of property investment, new developments and town planning, finance, environmental considerations, landlord and tenant and property management issues.

We provide a high standard of service with in-depth expertise to deal with the most complex transactions or property issues.  We look for practical and commercial solutions that meet our clients' objectives.  We are able to meet tight deadlines.

Our partners are closely involved throughout every transaction and all members of the team understand the commercial aspects of the property market and our clients' requirements.  The firm has extensive experience in advising on major commercial lending activities, in conjunction with the other sections of the firm.

The Legal 500 law directory recommends the team quoting that it is "extremely tuned into the property market, and very approachable" and also has "fantastic business acumen".

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