For some, property is a business. For others, it’s a place from which to run a business. Whichever way you look at it, property is the cornerstone of commercial enterprise and the right legal advice and support is essential to ensure your business interests are protected and that you can achieve your commercial goals.
Commercial Property Solicitors
Our commercial property solicitors in Bristol advise local, national and international clients on all aspects of commercial property. We are known for our expertise in development, transactional and landlord and tenant work and have acted on major residential, industrial, office and licensed premises deals in the UK.
With decades of experience handling all aspects of commercial property law, we have the specialist legal knowledge and practical skills to get the outcome you need. Our approach to our clients and their situations marks us out as more than lawyers, making us key partners for your business operations. It’s why clients choose us, and why they stay with us.
We have local offices in Bristol and Winterbourne allowing us to offer a convenient service for businesses across the South West. Clients from further afield also regularly work with our commercial property team thanks to our reputation for commercially astute legal expertise and exceptional client service.
Our commercial property law services
Our commercial property lawyers offer a comprehensive legal service for all areas of commercial property law, working across a wide range of industries for individual entrepreneurs and businesses both small and large.
Property acquisitions and disposals
Buying and selling commercial property can present excellent opportunities, but only if handled correctly. There are many different details that need to be considered and various stages to the sales process that must be handled efficiently and effectively.
Our commercial conveyancing solicitors in Bristol and Winterbourne can advise you on purchase and sale of all types of business premises, development plots and more throughout the UK. Our expertise means we can help to ensure you achieve your commercial goals while staying financially and legally protected.
For both landlords and tenants, your commercial lease is a vital document, setting out your rights and responsibilities and helping to define the landlord-tenant relationship. A well-drafted lease can minimise the risk of disputes and give you strong legal recourse if a problem does arise.
Our commercial lease solicitors can draft, negotiate and amend all types of commercial leases so that any potential issues are considered and accounted for. We can also help to effectively resolve commercial lease disputes where these arise, making sure your long-term interests are defended.
We understand that with residential developments of any size, delays mean more cost for you. Our goal, therefore, is to help facilitate the smooth progression of your development, ensuring all necessary transactions are carried out quickly and reliably so there are no avoidable delays that end up costing your project extra time and money.
Our commercial property solicitors in Bristol and Winterbourne can help with all aspects of residential property development, including site acquisition and assembly, advice on planning, development contracts, joint ventures, construction contracts and sale of finished units.
Commercial property dispute resolution
Disputes over property can take up a lot of time, money and energy to resolve, as well as potentially delaying your plans. However, with the right legal expertise and a proactive, commercially-minded approach, it is often possible to secure a positive outcome quickly and cost-effectively, allowing you to get things back on track.
Our commercial dispute resolution team offer the expertise and skilled advocacy to help resolve any conflicts over your commercial property quickly and cost-effectively. Wherever possible we will help you find a solution without the need for court action, while ensuring you have the best possible representation if court action is required to resolve the matter.
We can also help with various issues related to commercial property and business law, including:
- Conditional contracts
- Long-stop agreements
- Option agreements
- Build contracts
- Licences and leases
- Business sale contracts
- Lockout agreements
- Uplift agreements
- Freehold and leasehold property
- Land development
- Land disposals
Our commercial property law pricing
We know how important cost is when dealing with any commercial property matter, so aim to keep our pricing clear and competitive.
When you contact our commercial property solicitors in Bristol and Winterbourne, we will provide an upfront estimate of costs. This will include a clear breakdown of all of our fees and any third-party costs involved with no hidden charges to worry about.
For some commercial property matters, we are able to offer fixed cost packages while in other cases we will charge according to an agreed hourly rate dependant on the level of expertise required.
For more information about our pricing and an estimate or costs for dealing with your commercial property law needs, please get in touch.
Why choose Henriques Griffiths’ commercial property solicitors?
Henriques Griffiths has been helping clients with all aspects of commercial property since 1973. By combining traditional legal expertise with the latest technical innovations, we are able to offer a modern legal service that matches our clients changing needs.
Over the years, we have built a strong reputation within the local area, as well as regularly working with clients all over the UK and overseas. Our focus on developing strong relationships means we have excellent links throughout the local community and further afield, giving us the contacts to allow your transactions to go ahead smoothly and ensure any issues that arise can be resolved quickly and cost-effectively.
As a firm, we have achieved the Law Society’s Lexcel accreditation in recognition of our excellent practice management and client care. We are regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) providing assurance that we continually meet the highest legal and professional standards.