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Commercial real estate lawyers in London & Thames Valley

Our experienced real estate lawyers are commercially focused, providing pragmatic and proactive support to real estate assets and transactions.

Commercial Real Estate is often a long-term investment and we guide our clients through the process, aiming to become integral to your team. Whether you are buying, selling or leasing commercial property, we provide support to institutions, investors, property developers, occupiers, public sector bodies, charities and pension funds. We also provide specialist advice to large and varied operational and investment portfolios.

Our commercial real estate lawyers are also experienced in many sectors, including NHS and public bodies, food and restaurants, agricultural, franchising, leisure and retail and charities.

Why choose our commercial real estate lawyers?

Our real estate lawyers have the specialist knowledge and experience that your business needs to get the most out of its real estate assets and transactions.

  • We provide our clients with a clear set of options and recommendations based on our understanding of their objectives and the legal and financial risks.
  • We build trusted relationships with our clients where you can rely on us to be proactive, watch your back, and find a solution that works for you.
  • Our flexible fee structures mean that you get exactly the level of service you need with no unwelcome surprises.
  • Independently accredited commercial property expertise with our team being ranked by leading client guides Chambers and Partners and Legal 500 for Real Estate Law.
  • The benefits of working with a full-service law firm. We can provide clients with a uniquely broad spectrum of services and offer tailor-made legal solutions to best suit your business requirements.

What services do our commercial real estate lawyers offer?

Our real estate lawyers have a vast amount of experience when it comes to commercial real estate matters. However you’re involved with real estate, our lawyers can help. Just a few of our services include:

Buying, selling or letting commercial property. Providing speciality advice covering development, planning, property finance and property disputes.

Whatever stage your real estate project is at, we’re ready to help.

“They are knowledgeable, friendly, efficient and a pleasure to work with.” 

Chambers and Partners

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We have always been impressed with the speed and reactivity displayed by the Clarkslegal Commercial Property team and their ability to make complex situations seem more straightforward.” 

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“It has been an immense pleasure to work closely with this firm that takes great care of its clients. The professionals are of the highest calibre and diligence.” 

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