Beverley is a specialist commercial property lawyer and has worked in the local government sector since 2007. She has extensive experience in land law issues and deals with a number of boundary disputes.
Beverley’s practice and experience can be divided into three main areas:
Acting for local authorities and housing associations on commercial transactions
Landlord & Tenant
Acting for clients on land law issues/boundary disputes
Beverley has and currently acts for a number of local authorities on commercial matters and projects.
She advises on all types of property transactions, combining her legal expertise with a pragmatic approach, to include:
Acquisitions/sales of high street premises/sites/regeneration projects
Lease extensions under the Leasehold Reform and Urban Development Act 1993
The drafting of new and renewal commercial leases.
Preparation and service of Landlord & Tenant Notices
Commercial Sales to include overage and clawback provisions
Land issues/disputes/common land
Covenants, Easements and Licences
Beverley has the expertise, which enables her to pick up long-standing dormant matters and progress them to a conclusion, whilst taking on new and varied-stage matters. She hits the ground running and quickly identifies the issues, applying the relevant law, whilst acting within statutory boundaries.
She is tenacious and responds quickly to business demands.