Nicholas is a skilled property lawyer with expertise in all aspects of commercial property practice and, in particular, residential property development work. With nearly thirty years’ experience, he is well placed to deal with site assembly and disposal of both residential and commercial development, conditional agreements and options, as well as Section 106 agreements.
Nicholas acts for a range of both private and corporate clients. He also acts for developers involved in site acquisitions, in addition to subsequent new build and conversions of large, high value, country properties. As part of his residential and commercial development work, Nicholas has dealt with environmental issues, the creation of management companies and unilateral planning agreements.
- Site assembly and subsequent disposal of both residential and commercial development
- Conditional agreements and options
- Overage, claw back and joint venture agreements
- Section 106 agreements
- Freehold and leasehold sales and purchases
- New leases, agreements for lease, lease renewals and licences
- Secured lending
Nicholas qualified as a solicitor in 2009. Prior to joining Keystone Law in 2009, he worked at the following firms: