Myles has developed a wealth of experience during two seats as a Real Estate trainee and is on hand to advise on a number of commercial property matters including landlord & tenant, acquisitions & disposals and investment opportunities.
Getting the right results for his clients is at the forefront of the work Myles does. He uses his acute commercial awareness, critical drafting and strong communication skills to ensure that advice is tailored, practical and most importantly, easy to digest.
“A long-standing Private Client thanked Myles for his “prompt help” while working on an affidavit of due execution.”
Whilst in his Real Estate seat a large leasehold management company commented, “well done with this matter, I know this one has been challenging” while working on a time-sensitive licence to assign.
When a lease opportunity finally arose for the client at the eleventh hour, documents were drafted urgently, accurately and tailored to their specific needs.
Myles’ training contract with Greenwoods has enabled him to gain a wide range of experience and develop a number of key skills to assist clients to achieving their goals, producing high quality work and building solid client relationships.
Myles prides himself on a high level of attention to detail while drafting key documents such as leases and contracts, clear and consistent communication with clients throughout a transaction and a strong motivation to gain the best possible results for his clients.
Myles has worked on leases, purchases, sales, first registrations, claims of adverse possession, complex SDLT and Land Registry post-completion requirements, wayleave agreements, licences and much more.
Myles worked in the audit industry during a previous life and has also completed a master’s in Business and Management which have helped to develop his commercial acumen and business sense.
Outside work, Myles is an avid Norwich City fan and a budding golfer. He also enjoys travelling, an interest which originated out of a year he spent living in Lyon, France where he studied French law.