Our Real estate lawyers are experts in their field and can handle all your legal issues surrounding property and land. We work closely with our clients to provide the best possible advice on the complex issues surrounding commercial property developments.
Unusually, we provide in-house counsel in some cases. Working from within your business premises, our solicitors get to know your company and provide first-class legal advice that’s tailored to your needs.
Our Commercial Development Services
Here are just some of the services we can offer your business, whether you’re an SME or a larger concern.
Acquisitions and disposals: Our commercial property lawyers provide legal advice on acquiring and disposing of commercial sites, advise clients on the complex legal documents that are part and parcel of acquisitions and disposals, and draw up related documents.
Option agreements: You may require a conditional contract or agreement that hinges on a certain event taking place, or that specifies that you will have the option to buy at a later date. If you are unsure whether you need this, or whether you need a solicitor to draw up the agreement, we can help.
Commercial estate development documents: Our specialist commercial property lawyers will assist with any documentation, sales contracts, plot transfers and leases.
Planning permission: Our solicitors will liaise with local authorities on your behalf in order to obtain planning permission.
Overage deeds: We will draw up overage deeds that cover the future development of land you are selling.
Environmental issues: We will help with any assistance you require on commercial development environmental issues.
We’re a full-service UK legal firm with lawyers throughout the UK.
Whether in-house or on a private practice basis, on a long-term or short-term assignment, you can be assured that you’ll receive excellent legal advice on any commercial development issues you may have.
We also provide guidance on many aspects of commercial property law, restructuring and insolvency and commercial law.