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Commercial Property

Warners Commercial Property team Ranked in Chambers 2014Warners Commercial Property team Ranked in Legal 500Our experienced and longstanding team of lawyers can provide you with full advice and assistance on commercial property transactions. We regularly provide services for clients from individuals and small companies with small premises up to large corporate entities with multiple commercial property holdings. Our commercial property team works within a broad spectrum of deals:

  • Development
  • Retail
  • Leisure
  • Industrial
  • Office

Our Commercial Property team has been recognised as a leading firm in the 2013 edition of The Legal 500 and in the 2014 edition of Chambers and Partners UK. Our clients say "They offer constructive advice to help you solve problems – they tell you what you can do rather than what you can’t" and "They are large enough to have lawyers specialising in all aspects of law whilst retaining a personal touch."

Our Commercial Property team work within set and recognisable areas of expertise including:

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