Our experienced new build team can advise developers on all aspects of new build home development. We offer a specialist and comprehensive service for new build developers.
Our services cover all areas, including:
- Site acquisitions
- Plot Sales
- Estate management set up
- Development finance
- Overages and pre-emption agreements
- Infrastructure agreements
- Development agreements
- Affordable housing sales
At Spire Solicitors LLP, our dedicated New Build team uses their extensive experience to help clients achieve success in the competitive new build market. We understand that successful property development relies on having a strong and dependable legal team to ensure that land purchases and plot sales are dealt with effectively and efficiently. We will work with you throughout the pre-sales period to ensure that all the paperwork is prepared in advance allowing us to press forward as soon as buyers are in place.
Purchase & Sale of Land
We act in both the purchase and sale of land and deal with the negotiations involved in site acquisitions to ensure you get the best deal possible. We negotiate and draft conditional and unconditional sale and purchase agreements, as well as complex options, conditional contracts, development or promotional agreements, and joint venture agreements.
We will assist you through to the end of your development and can advise on and draft residential lease agreements, deal with estate management set up and disposal, including landlord and tenant rights of first refusal, rights to manage, and enfranchisement.
The substantial knowledge and expertise of the team allows for the early identification of potential issues and possible development constraints allowing us to resolve these issues in a timely and effective way. We are proud to offer a fully comprehensive new build developer legal service from start to finish.
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