Our experienced Property team has legal expertise across all aspects of real estate from property investment and asset management to secured lending, property development and management to infrastructure projects. We also advise on the property aspects of corporate transactions.
Our Property law team combines lawyers from a range of disciplines including construction, planning, agriculture, environmental and property litigation. Our reputation is built upon the wide range of work we do with a varied range of land owners, investors, developers, occupiers and lenders.
We are, first and foremost focussed on providing clarity and delivering projects in a way which is aligned to achieve our clients’ commercial objectives. We will always tailor our advice to your needs and work collaboratively with other professionals such as, for example, lenders, planning specialists, land agents and accountants, to deliver pragmatic and workable solutions. We ensure we involve our clients in every step of the decision-making process and having an open relationship is key to achieving this.
We have specific sector based expertise which has been gained as a result of our ongoing involvement with industries including healthcare, farming, care, education, charities, construction, manufacturing, waste and transport. If you have any commercial property legal needs then please contact our team.
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Brachers will be holding a session to discuss the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) that comes into effect in May next year which will make substantial changes to the way businesses must handle personal data. Read more01/11/17
GDPR: Future-proof your business and ensure data protection compliance
The General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) comes into force on 25 May 2018 and will make substantial changes to the way in which personal data is handled. Read more04/07/17
The Hadlow Group and Brachers host joint celebration
College’s 50th anniversary also marks 25 years of collaboration with Brachers Read more19/06/17
Three quarters of Kent businesses subject to cyber-attack in 2017
Survey reveals rapidly increasing business cyber threat. Read more07/10/16
Brachers advises clients to be pro-active about legal risk
Brachers advises clients be pro-active about legal risk as survey suggests legislative and contractual issues are top priority following Brexit vote. Read more18/09/15
Brachers named ‘Law Firm of the Year’ in national legal awards
Award win shows Brachers is celebrated nationally for its commitment locally. Read more
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Is it all right to use my Right of Way?
Landowners often face difficulty in assessing the impact that a right of way has over their land, and in particular, whether a right of way can be used to access land which was not expressly covered by the right of way when it was originally granted. Read more26/09/17
GDPR – is your business ready?
With just over 7 months to go before the General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) comes into force, what steps has your business taken in preparation for the new law which comes into force on 25 May 2018? Read more05/09/17
Get ready for the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
The General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) is coming, the biggest change in data protection law in 20 years. Read more25/05/17
Preparing for take-off
Lee May considers some of the planning and legal challenges still to come in the fight to build a third runway at Heathrow. Read more12/05/17
EPCs and Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards
Landed estates and farming business that rent out property, either residential or commercial, must be aware that the regulations which govern Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs) are changing. From next year landlords will be unable to let properties that fall below the minimum energy efficiency rating on their EPC. Read more06/04/17
How easy is it to get planning permission for Tourism and Leisure Development?
Planning Applications for tourism and leisure development (for example a new hotel or guesthouse or leisure facilities such as cinemas, museums and galleries) are considered by the Local Planning Authority (LPA) for the area in which the development is to take place. Read more