Commercial Property

Our team of commercial property lawyers are based in BedfordCambridge, Milton Keynes and Sandy, and have a wealth of expertise to apply to all kinds of transactions.

These range from assisting start-up businesses looking to acquire their first premises through to helping substantial companies looking for new premises or development sites across the country. In this respect, our team offer a unique blend of proven experience and commercial acumen.

We are one of the region’s leading firms of solicitors in this field, providing legal advice as wide-ranging as our clients’ needs. This includes dealing with complex and large scale property transactions involving acquisitions and/or disposals, joint ventures, property development or funding work. We act for both landlords and tenants on commercial leasehold transactions involving settling the terms of leases, advice on ongoing property issues, rent review, property portfolio management, insolvency and receivership.

Sectors covered include transport, retail, leisure and industrial as well as the office market. Whatever their commercial property needs, our clients can be certain that we will work closely with them to achieve their precise objectives. We know how daunting the law can be, so we work hard to ensure they can focus on their business, safe in the knowledge we are concentrating on their legal requirements.

Whether you are developing, purchasing selling or leasing commercial premises, seeking to raise finance or negotiating a joint venture, we have one overriding goal – to meet your commercial property needs as cost effectively as possible within your project timescales. Our experts will work as part of your team ensuring that your legal interests are protected every step of the way.

For advice on any of the following issues, please contact one of our team members:

  • Buying, selling and leasing of all types of commercial property
  • Raising finance, loans, securities
  • Planning advice, applications and appeals
  • Development work, site assembly, building leases
  • Business sales and purchases of going concerns
  • VAT on property
  • Lease renewals, notices to quit and court applications under Landlord and Tenant Acts
  • Licensing in connection with acquisition and disposals of licensed premises

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