Whether clients intend to acquire, own and occupy their property; or they intend to undertake development land assembly; employ architects, surveyors, engineers, arrange development funding; secure planning consent and then proceed with a development for subsequent disposal or retention in an investment portfolio, our property law specialists at Mercantile Barristers are able to provide sound commercial and legal advice throughout the entire process.
Invariably, several interests attach to a property in the development process, some of them often conflicting. Our barristers understand the relationship between these interests and can advise on practical and well-informed positions that protect and maximise the client’s commercial interests whether the client is the tenant, the owner, the lender or the developer.
The first step to instructing a barrister on your behalf is to provide us with some background information to your case. Our clerks are massively experienced and can help point you in the right direction.