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Our commercial property solicitors strive to understand the challenges and opportunities facing our clients, only in this way can we deliver legal services in the optimal way. We seek to add value to our clients by adjusting and evolving our services to meet their specific needs. 

Over time we have established deep sector knowledge in a number of industries including but not limited to charities, housing associations, office/industrial, retail and pharmaceutical. We have served clients in some industry sectors for over 20 years. Our property solicitors have an ethos of continuous learning that extends into sector specific learning and training. We seek to keep our staff and teams up to date with the latest trends in the sectors which we serve and we do this through a variety of means.

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Our clients benefit from our plain speaking approach, we aim to break down complex legislation so that it can be easily understood in the context of your business. In addition to this as a full service law firm you can reduce time and costs by having all your legal needs met by our specialist legal teams.

Where possible we offer clients fixed price legal services so that you have reassurance over cost without compromising on quality. We are a multi award winning firm, we act for over 10 local authorities including some of the largest consortiums in the North West as well as being appointed to over 20 panels for general conveyancing. 

We are able to offer our clients bespoke reporting to meet their requirements and 24/7 online case tracking should they require it.

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