Property developers

Our specialist commercial property team advises developers on every aspect of development projects including: site sales for landowners, acquisitions for developers, contracts, site development and plot disposals.

Kay Piper, Bishop's Stortford
Kay Piper, commercial property specialist in Bishops Stortford

Property developer solicitors: Specialist legal advice and support

Our commercial property team supply all the legal know-how and paperwork developers need to keep their projects running smoothly. It's exactly the sort of expertise that will help your project succeed. Our team is highly experienced, not just in managing the legal side of projects, but also in handling the technical aspects of funding. We’re panel members and advisers to many major lenders, so we know how the rules and regulations work.

With many years' experience on the team, our advice is second to none and we check every detail, leaving nothing to chance.  Our open and friendly work ethos is a key part of this – so you’ll know exactly what’s happening at all times. Whether you're refurbishing a studio flat, or building two hundred new apartments, or something inbetween - we'll help make your project a success. 

Our commercial property services

Our experience extends across residential and commercial development work and includes:

  • site sales for landowners
  • acquisitions for developers
  • planning - we work closely with local planning consultants, land agents and surveyors throughout the region
  • contracts
  • collaboration agreements
  • heads of terms
  • site development
  • sales and disposals of plots

What to do next

If you want to find out more, speak with one of our commercial property team.  

Our specialist lawyers are based in:

  •     Cambridgeshire: Cambridge
  •     Essex: Brentwood, Chelmsford, and Saffron Walden
  •     Hertfordshire: Bishop's Stortford and Royston 

But we can help you wherever you are in England and Wales. 

Call our commercial property solicitors for a FREE initial consultation on 0800 013 1165

Alternatively, please fill out our enquiry form and a solicitor will contact you.

Enquiry form

I have been told my property has development potential. What do I do?

If you’ve been contacted by a developer or a land promoter regarding a potential development to your property, you may wish to consider granting an option agreement or a promotion agreement. An option agreement is made between the landowner and the developer, where it is intended that the developer will apply for planning permission and requires an option to buy the property. A land promotion agreement is used where a developer agrees to apply for planning permission and will market the property for sale on the open market once planning permission has been obtained. This is usually in return for a proportion of the net sale proceeds. The law on this is very complex and you will need specialist advice. 

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