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Actons extends property service with three new lawyers

Actons has appointed three new property lawyers to further extend its range of property services, as part its ongoing growth plans.

Lisa Poole and Daniel Harley have joined as Associates, and Chartered Legal Executive Claire Townroe returns having previously spent over fifteen years at the firm.

Claire Townroe, Chris Murratt (Chief Executive), Daniel Harley and Lisa Poole.

Commercial property lawyer Lisa Poole advises on commercial acquisitions, disposals and leases for residential and commercial developments, and on buying and selling licensed premises. She also advises landlords and tenants in the retail and office sectors, which includes working with a national charity on new retail lettings and other property related issues.

Daniel Harley is a specialist property litigation lawyer, and regularly advises organisations including SMEs and large multi-site organisations on resolving property disputes, both on behalf of landlords and tenants.

The firm has also welcomed back residential conveyancing specialist Claire Townroe. Claire’s return will enable the firm to increase its high quality, personal conveyancing service to clients.

Chris Murratt, Chief Executive at Actons commented: “I am absolutely delighted that Lisa, Dan and Claire have joined us at a busy time for the firm. Their arrival further increases the size of our property team and means we can offer clients an enhanced property service on both the commercial and residential side, with Dan adding significant expertise to our team advising on property disputes.”

He continues: “They’re all very talented lawyers and I’m confident they will all make significant contributions to the firm as we continue to grow and expand the services we can offer to our clients.”

Actons’ undertake a wide variety of work in the residential and commercial property sector including development and landlord and tenant work.  Clients include home owners, commercial and residential developers, owner managed businesses, investors, retail and leisure operators, providers of social housing and several banks.

Posted on August 22, 2017

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