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Real Estate & Development

We work closely with you to maximise your property and portfolio assets. We have experience with a wide range of property types including industrial parks, office buildings, retail centres and residential properties.

 
 

We understand that the development process can be time-consuming, so we make it our priority to be pragmatic and proactive to ensure turnaround time is as quick as possible.

Whether you need advice regarding the process of acquisition, legal help during development or management of the asset you’re left with, we can help at any stage. 

When you engage our REDs team early on in your development, we gain a better understanding of your delivery requirements, the site and the potential problems. We have years of experience which allows us to anticipate future disputes or issues and we work collaboratively with other professional advisers to deliver a joined up service.

We host a number of regular events for our clients, including the Construction Breakfast, a free monthly event which provides the perfect opportunity to network with your peers and hear from industry speakers on the hot topics affecting you. We also host a lunchtime Curry Club, where you can enjoy relaxed networking with other property industry professionals. 

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For enquiries, please contact one of our team for a no obligation initial phone call, alternatively contact us via the switchboard on 0117 906 9400 or enquiries@gregglatchams.com.

In-house Lawyer

Our In-house Lawyer service offers a complete package of immediate and comprehensive legal support that is tailored to your business needs. Available as and when you need it, our solicitors act as your trusted advisors on a range of legal, business and financial matters.

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To find out how we can help you or your business, get in touch.

Give us a call:

0117 906 9400

 
 
 
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