Our highly skilled team have extensive knowledge of the purchase and sale of commercial property ensuring an effective and swift service.
With clients across a broad range of sectors, from healthcare to retail, we have the expertise to advise on all types of commercial property transactions allowing our clients confidence and reassurance that their business objectives will be reached.
Whether freehold or leasehold, a short-term or long-term lease, or negotiated by private individuals, companies, developers or investors, our highly regarded team strive to get the transaction through in a timely and efficient manner.
Our team of commercial property solicitors will guide you through each step of the buying or selling process. From the initial discussion to drafting and negotiating a contract, to completion, and even any post-completion matters, we will be on hand to answer any questions you may have.
We advise on:
- Acquisition and disposal of a site including preparing, reviewing and exchange of contracts
- Planning permission
- Dealing with payment of Capital Gains Tax
- Environmental implications
- Plot sales
- Updating Land Registry records where required
At Spire, we understand that when a business has found suitable premises, the focus will be on moving in as quickly as possible with minimal disruption to the running of the business. That is why the team will work closely with surveyors, accountants, or agents to ensure that each step in the process is completed smoothly and in the best interest of the client.
As well as having extensive knowledge and experience of commercial property acquisitions and disposals, our team draws on expertise from across the firm to act swiftly on any potential issues or to provide any further advice you may need.
We pride ourselves on providing a cost-effective, comprehensive service to cover your property needs while adding value to your business and investments.
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