Commercial Property Solicitors
Practical and clear commercial property advice
Whether you’re looking to rent shop premises for the first time, buy your own warehouse, let an office you own, re-purpose an old building or build dozens of new homes, our commercial property solicitors can help you progress your transactions more safely, swiftly and more profitably.
Our commercial property lawyers work with a wide variety of businesses across the UK, ranging from sole traders up to and including larger commercial ventures. We take the time to understand your requirements and then make it our objective to fulfil them.
Our commercial property expertise
We can act for you in the sale and purchase of land, shops, industrial units, warehouses, as well as leases, financing and regulatory compliance work, as well as most other aspects of commercial conveyancing law. Our expert team of commercial property lawyers have experience in a variety of sectors, including (but not limited to) the restaurants, leisure, retail and construction industries.
Buying or selling a commercial property is often more complicated than dealing with residential property. Our expert commercial property solicitors can guide you through the whole process of acquiring or disposing of a property, making it as stress free as possible.
Our solicitors act for landlords and tenants in the grant, assignments, surrenders and variation of commercial leases. Where needed, we also work together with our Employment and Corporate + Commercial teams to bring together the business, employment and property elements of a deal.
Due to the complexities around commercial property, disputes can be prolonged and costly. Seeking advice early from a specialist lawyer is essential in minimising any negative impact on your business.
Our commercial disputes team can also help resolve any disagreements resulting from your ownership or tenancy of a property.
Our commercial property lawyers have proven expertise in advising clients on property finance transactions. The team can advise on:
- Acquisition and/or development finance
- Bridge finance
- Exit finance
- Personal guarantees
Islamic property finance is fast becoming an attractive way for business owners and property developers to finance projects and also for the ongoing management of commercial premises.
Islamic finance supports the management of money in a way that follows the moral principles of Islam and the Sharia (also known as Shariah or Shari’a). This type of financing can offer financial inclusivity, stability and sustainable development, and is increasingly being adopted by non-Muslim clients.
Salma Maqsood, Commercial Property Partner, is experienced in using Islamic finance as a way to invest in or finance a property transaction. She can advise on using Islamic finance for bridging loans, project finance and general property purchases.
Our commercial property lawyers work for a number of small and medium-sized new home builders. We can assist house builders every step of the way, from site acquisition to the sale of the finished homes.
Putting a commercial property into a SIPP can be a smart move for small business owners who are planning for succession or retirement. Our commercial property lawyers act on behalf of SIPP providers and those looking to invest in SIPPs.
Contact our commercial property lawyers in Bristol
We pride ourselves on being responsive, providing practical and clear advice to clients across the UK from our offices across Bristol and South Gloucestershire, in Bedminster, Bishopston, Clifton, Kingswood, Queen Square and Thornbury.
Our commercial property solicitors tailor their fee structure and work to suit your requirements and budget, so that big or small, your business can get the legal support it needs.