City of London:  020 3443 9576 |  High Wycombe: 01494 451355
Should you be considering buying or selling commercial property, our team has a wealth of knowledge gained through many years’ experience in a wide range of commercial property transactions. We understand the commercial implications of a transaction and have the ability to anticipate the needs of all parties involved, ensuring that the client's aims and requirements are met within tight deadlines.

Our commercial property department is able to give advice and guidance on a whole range of commercial transactions including the following;
  • Acquisition and disposal of freehold land and buildings for operational and investment purposes.
  • Property development, site acquisition and planning.
  • Purchase of licensed premises and restaurants.
  • Purchase of holiday homes for rental, hotels and guest houses.
  • Joint ventures.
If you are selling commercial property, we will prepare the sale contracts, answering any questions raised by the buyers solicitors. We will negotiate and reach a binding agreement, completing and securing your money as quickly as possible.

If you are buying commercial property, we will ensure that the seller has a good title to pass onto you, negotiate and obtain the best contractual terms available for you. We will carry out searches to check if there are any legal problems with the property, dealing with your lenders in order to complete your purchase as quickly and as reasonably possible.

To ensure that you are properly advised please contact us today for a free no obligation telephone discussion by either our London or High Wycombe offices on the two telephone numbers referred to at the top of this page, or by email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Our Commercial Property Team

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