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Jacqueline Morris


Commercial Property

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Neil Holden


Commercial Property

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Lauren Astbury


Commercial Property

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Buying land for development or investment?

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When preparing for any commercial property transaction you need a team of commercial lawyers at your side. Before you are ready to begin negotiations you will need to have assessed the true value of the site by examining any infringements or restrictions on its use and evaluating its future potential.

At Myers & Co, our commercial property solicitors provide a comprehensive service tailored to your needs. We will help you maximize the value and opportunity in your transaction. We can coordinate a strategy based on your objectives by working closely with other professionals including surveyors, banks and accountants.

If you are intending to acquire or dispose of your property at auction, we understand that timing is crucial and can expedite all the paperwork in order to get you properly prepared.

Our team of commercial property solicitors can advise you on property developmentplanning consentscommercial leases and property licenses. As part of our integrated approach we offer advice from our business law and employment law teams so that you have all the facts if your property transaction is part of a wider corporate deal.

Based in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, our commercial property lawyers have a reputation for providing accurate advice to commercial landowners, landlords and tenants throughout Staffordshire and South Cheshire. Contact our commercial property team on 01782 525000 or email us at info@myerssolicitors.co.uk.

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