We are well known for being adept at combining strong technical skills with a commercial approach.
We advise clients on a wide range of transactions involving the ownership and development of both freehold and leasehold land and buildings. Matters can involve individual properties, portfolios (residential, commercial and mixed use), chains of stores, premises for larger companies and corporations and major development projects. Each senior team member brings an individual specialism, covering sectors such as agriculture, education, manufacturing, food and wholesale, charities, and investment.
We also have specialists in areas including strategic land, property guardianship, property disputes and environment and regulatory.
We will ensure whatever your commercial property issue, we will be able to guide you towards an effective solution. We take pride in working with our clients to really understand them and their business to ensure their goals are achieved.
The Real Estate team offers a new ‘Collaborate’ system. Combining technology with a client-focussed approach ‘Collaborate’ enables digitisation, helps deliver greater efficiency and offers greater visibility of risk. Remote working has highlighted just how important it is for property portfolio managers to have easy and secure online access to property details and documents, and the Real Estate team has been at the forefront of launching this new product for the benefit of its client base.
The real estate team contributes monthly articles to Business Weekly and we regularly publish our own updates which you may find of interest to read.
Commercial property issues may require input from other professional advisers particularly chartered surveyors, architects and accountants. We have strong working relationships with a wide range of advisers; these relationships can, in some cases, help ensure the success of the venture.
Our service is effective, efficient and responsive achieved at a cost that guarantees success to all parties.
Please be aware that criminals target property transactions. The National Economic Crime Centre (NECC) and Action Fraud have produced some information to alert you to the risk of payment diversion fraud in conveyancing transactions, which you can read here.