It's that simple.
When it comes to planning, no two projects or problems are ever the same. Our Commercial Property team has vast knowledge of planning issues, enabling us to tackle the most complex situations. Our clients also benefit from our excellent and longstanding links with Milton Keynes Council.
Whether you need help with planning law, an adoption agreement, planning conditions and obligations, highways issues or a compulsory purchase, we can advise on the correct steps to take, in order to find a solution that works for you.
What our client’s say:
“You made what could have been a complicated and daunting process for us, very smooth and stress free.”
KDK Archaeology Ltd
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The Legal 500: “Geoffrey Leaver Solicitors LLP’s commercial property team is well versed in the areas of construction, property investments, planning and property disputes. Its clients include housing associations and occupiers (landlords and tenants). The practice is headed up by Darren Millis and Richard Willis.”
The Commercial Property Team
David Barton Consultant
Commercial Property 01908 689395David Barton joined Geoffrey Leaver Solicitors in 2014 along with his planning and property development team from Williams & Company in Ampthill. David is widely known for his expertise in helping farmers, landowners and property developers grow houses on their land. David now assists the team as a Consultant.
Emma Sidney Licensed Conveyancer
Residential Property 01908 689351A graduate of Northampton University, Emma qualified as a Licensed Conveyancer in 2005. She joined Geoffrey Leaver Solicitors three years later and deals with the lease, sale and purchase of commercial property and residential, as well as representing several national charity organisations.
Georgina Page Paralegal
Commercial Property 01908 689361Georgina joined Geoffrey Leaver Solicitors in October 2014 from Williams & Company in Ampthill. Georgina completed the Legal Practice Course at Sheffield University after graduating from Sheffield Hallam University with a 2:1 in Law (LLB).