When you are considering buying or selling a leasehold or freehold commercial property you want a team that can advise on all aspects of your matter.
At Bowling & Co we pride ourselves on how commercially minded each and every member of our team is. From pre-contract negotiations so that you get the best possible deal, through to often overlooked aspects such as disability discrimination issues, asbestos management, fire and other health and safety issues, and disposal of waste. We aim to cover all avenues and work in conjunction with your other advisers.
We provide a complete lifecycle service and believe the best service is through transparency, experience and expertise. Our involvement in the property industry over the last 50 years enables us to fully understand our clients needs and help them in all aspects of commercial property. Our clients cite our ability to meet their challenges, exchange information effectively with them and create long lasting relationships that help their business grow. Many see us as their trusted advisors.
We have an extensive background in working with individuals, commercial property developers, commercial property investors, banking institutions and publicly listed companies on a variety of commercial property matters including:
Our experience, expertise and knowledge of the property market enables us to advise you on the whole range of commercial property matters and we provide a full service to help your business grow, irrelevant of its size.
“Expert legal advice is crucial in commercial deals like this – not only did you exceed my expectations but the commercial advice and business-minded approach was refreshing.”
Mr F, Director, Property Investment Company – Commercial Property Client
Assignment of Tenancy is in the limelight with a recent First-Tier Tribunal decision that could have a serious impact on agents and private landlords.
A new tax may be payable to HM Treasury from 1 April 2022 by property developers on their residential property development profits. The final announcement is due at the Autumn 2021 Budget.