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Commercial property solicitors Bishopsgate Law

Commercial Property Solicitors

Lawyers for commercial conveyancing, commercial leases, and property disputes

Our team of specialist lawyers can help with most aspects of commercial property law including conveyancing for sale and purchase, commercial leases, and property law dispute resolution. We act for business clients including commercial landlords and tenants, property businesses and property developers and investors.

Commercial property lawyers

Legal services provided by our specialist commercial team include:

  • Commercial conveyancing for sale and purchase.
  • Commercial leases and licences.
  • Freehold and leasehold property advice.
  • Legal advice for business landlords.
  • Legal advice for business tenants.
  • Property law dispute resolution.
  • Construction and building work disputes.

Commercial conveyancing

Our commercial conveyancing solicitors deal with the legal processes required for sale and purchase of freehold and leasehold property. This includes all types of commercial property, land, and development sites. We also act for investors with varying sizes of property portfolios and property developers. We deal with all matters from the start through to completion, including SDLT and registration requirements.

Commercial property leases and licences

Our commercial property team is experienced at dealing with commercial leases and licences:

  • Grant or taking of a new lease. We act for freeholders wishing to grant a new lease, or clients who want to take a new lease, handling the entire legal process.
  • Assignment of leases. We act for tenants who want to sell on an existing lease, and clients wanting to take on an existing lease from the current tenant.
  • Renewal of a commercial lease. We can act for clients where an existing lease has expired, or is soon to expire, and the parties want to renew or enter into another lease.
  • Variation of commercial leases and other deeds and documents. We can advise clients, draft the deed of variation and deal with registrations.
  • Surrender of a commercial lease. We can advise clients and draft deeds of surrender and handle post completion and registrations.
  • Subletting of a commercial lease. We can advise if an existing tenant wants to grant a lease out of their lease, draft the lease and deal with any consents or notices.
  • Licences. We can advise about a licence to assign, to underlet, or for works or alternations, and draft the relevant documents.

Commercial property disputes

Our property disputes lawyers can advise commercial landlords and tenants in connection with a range of disputes, including breach of lease, interference with the tenant’s rights, including right of access, disputes over service charges and rent, or disputes over disrepair or dilapidations.

Building work disputes

We can advise commercial clients involved in disputes with builders and contractors over building, construction, refitting and maintenance work.

Construction industry disputes

Our dispute resolution team includes specialists in all aspects of construction industry disputes, who can act for claimants and defendants in cases involving both private individuals and corporate clients including breach of contract, and breach of statutory regulations.

Commercial dispute mediation

Senior solicitor Chris Cox is a commercial disputes solicitor who is also qualified as a commercial mediator with expertise in litigation, arbitration and adjudication. He can mediate in company, commercial, construction law and property law disputes.

Experienced legal team

We have specialist teams to handle commercial matters and property disputes.

Director of Commercial Property, Sylvia Ihenacho is a solicitor with over 20 years’ experience.

Director of Property Disputes, Sherrie Munroe is an experienced litigation lawyer.

How to contact us

Contact us to arrange to speak to a specialist and find out how we can help you.

phone 01707 246100


We are a national law firm and represent clients across England and Wales from our offices in London, Hertfordshire and Northampton.

There is usually no need to visit our offices. We can carry out meetings and appointments by telephone and video calls, with secure document sharing with our clients.

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