Commercial Property Law | Charsley Harrison LLP Solicitors, Windsor
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Commercial Property

Professional service with a personal touch

We are one of the largest commercial practices in the Windsor and Slough area, and we act for many local, national and international businesses. Much of our work in this area involves high-value property deals including developments of office blocks, factories, warehouses, shops, bars and restaurants.

Charsley Harrison LLP

Members of the team have first-hand business experience, away from their legal careers, and a business-orientated approach is characteristic of our commercial property work. In practice, this means we focus not just on the law but on wider issues and can add value to your transaction.

By addressing the things that matter to you commercially, we often manage to save time, money and valuable staff resources when compared to less commercially sensitive solicitors.

Understanding your business

Charsley Harrison LLP provides commercial clients with a key contact — a specialist solicitor who will take the time to understand the important issues behind each commercial property transaction.

Our long-established presence means we have acquired an in-depth knowledge of the local area and a great reputation for professionalism and reliability. For clients, this means we are taken seriously by banks, building societies and all the other parties you need to deal with during your transaction.

We undertake a broad range of commercial property transactions, including:

Freehold and leasehold commercial property acquisitions and disposals

Commercial landlord and tenant work, including new leases for business tenants, lease renewals, assignments and disposals

Development of office blocks and other commercial developments

New business tenancies and agreements under the Landlord and Tenancy Act 1954

Site acquisitions and plot sales on behalf of property developers

Advice on inheritance tax and business property relief on family-owned commercial property during estate administration