Complete range of legal and advisory services on all aspects of commercial property for both the public and private sector.
Property acquisition and disposal can be a lengthy and complicated process with significant commercial implications. Not only are there a number of administrative details to be taken care of, there are also legal and financial considerations which require professional execution.
Advising on all aspects of property transactions, we ensure these processes are carried out as smoothly and efficiently as possible, ensuring deals are completed with the long term benefits of our clients in mind.
We advise on and draft heads of terms, development agreements and associated construction, planning and site disposal matters, funding arrangements, freehold transfer and associated due diligence procedures, grant assignment and lease renewals.
With clients in both the public and private sectors, including developers, local authorities, schools, colleges and healthcare providers, projects we have been involved with range from high value £100 million plus city centre regeneration schemes to smaller bespoke ventures.
Our service includes the management of large property portfolios for occupiers and investors, advising on all matters. This includes easements, covenants, service charges and land registration. We also help client manage and create value from their estates with our web-based estate management tool – Property View.
By consulting our team, you will benefit from our extensive experience and in-depth ability to cover the legal and administrative aspects of every transaction.
The service and turnaround are very good.
They are very approachable and we get instant responses from them.
Chambers & Partners 2016
The ‘highly professional’ team at Weightmans LLP enters the ranking for the first time, following the arrival of respected practitioners Richard Osborn and Sophie Philippon-Thomas from Freeths in January 2014.
Legal 500 2015
"I like the fact that they’re very innovative and I think very technologically-able. I love their ability to report well, to produce MI and to do things much better than we can do in-house.”
Sarah Barrett-Vane, Royal Mail