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Commercial Property

BRM’s commercial property solicitors are dedicated to helping businesses in all of their commercial property deals.

We pride ourselves on our quick reaction to clients’ instructions, easy availability for clients to contact us and our dedication and hard work in bringing commercial property deals to their conclusion.

Any delays in your deal expose you to risks and our property solicitors understand that a handshake must be turned into a contract with the minimum of delay to avoid these risks and move your business forward.

While based in Chesterfield, we are nationally known and our work ethic has often been likened to that of a city law firm; however while this may be true, our niche practice philosophy means our commercial property solicitors can work quicker and more flexible in a way the larger city firms often cannot be.

It is for these reasons, we have acted for and continue to be instructed by companies of all sizes, location and industry in their commercial property deals. We have helped start up companies buy their first business premises, PLCs expand and national property developers buy, pre-let, forward fund and sell as required.

Whatever industry your business is; property development, investment, property occupation or speculation, or if your property dealings are ancillary to your main business, we can help you with any issues relating to commercial property.

If you are buying, leasing, financing, selling, investing or speculating in commercial property our specialist commercial property solicitors can advise on all aspects of the deal.

When you instruct BRM Solicitors in your commercial property transaction, you can be sure that you will benefit from our renowned high standards of client service.

To instruct us in a commercial property matter or for more information, telephone:

Adrian Sheehan - 01246 564021

Email Adrian

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