Whether you are buying, selling, developing, leasing or managing any kind of commercial or residential property or land, the commercial and agricultural property solicitors at Lanyon Bowdler are able to provide expert support.
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Acquisitions and disposals
Our commercial property specialists can provide legal advice and technical help regarding disposals and acquisitions. We are able to assist clients in deciphering the often complex, legal documentation associated with these types of transactions.
If you don’t know whether you need an option agreement, a promotional joint venture agreement or conditional contract, our lawyers can provide legal advice and guidance at each stage of the transaction.
Residential or commercial estate development
From a 150 house residential development complex to a barn conversion, apartment block, maisonette conversion, business park or even a small shop, our Commercial Property Solicitors have a wealth of skills and experience to provide sound legal advice on leases, sale contracts, infrastructure documentation and plot transfers.
Are you unsure what planning obligations the local council might require? Our commercial property specialists will liaise with the relevant local authorities on your behalf to help you secure planning permission.
If you are looking to benefit from the sale of development of land in the future, our lawyers are able to draft the necessary documents including claw back as well as overage deeds.
Whether you are considering leasing a shop for a specific period of time, or require leases to be prepared for an office block or unit on a business park, contact the commercial property department at Lanyon Bowdler.
Lanyon Bowdler's commercial property department can help you with rent deposit deeds, licences to assign leases or to carry out works, as well as notices to quit. We work closely with our litigation team in order to provide the necessary support should any conflicts arise with your tenants.
If you are considering to lease, or are already leasing an office block, shop unit or industrial unit, our commercial property solicitors are able to offer legal support and advice.
The commercial property department is recognised by The Legal 500 as a Tier Two firm. The 2019 edition says: "Lanyon Bowdler's 'extremely committed' team provides 'highly trusted and timely advice' to small and medium sized developers, large farming companies, landowners and landed estates".
"Lanyon Bowdler ‘has the depth of knowledge and experience to support clients in all aspects of property transactions, assisting in negotiations and drafting robust legal frameworks’. Emma Wilde in Oswestry advised Primoris Homes on purchasing development land for an HCA-backed project to construct over eighty homes plus condign infrastructure – she also has expertise in the hotels space. Cindy Wright in Shrewsbury handles residential development work. Also in Shrewsbury, Andrew Evans, who ‘identifies the most appropriate documentation and makes recommendations in a simple and straightforward way, making decision-making easier’, handles work concerning real estate finance. Alan Gittins, who is based in Oswestry, handles several deals crossing over into Wales; Ian Glenister is also a name of note in Oswestry. In Telford, Praveen Chaudhari handles a range of work concerning offices and industrial properties, some of which cross-border."
In the 2019 edition of Chambers & Partners the agricultural and rural affairs team is ranked in Band 1, with one client reporting that Lanyon Bowdler "performed very well, giving solid and comprehensive advice from the outset."
Give us a call or complete our online enquiry form, to see how we can help. We have offices in Shrewsbury, Bromyard, Conwy, Hereford, Ludlow, Oswestry and Telford. We are able to act for clients throughout Shropshire, Herefordshire, Mid and North Wales, as well as across the Midlands and nationally.
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