Commercial Property Solicitor

Location
Reading
Salary
£50000 - £65000 per annum, Benefits: Company Pension Scheme
Posted
18 Feb 2021
Closes
18 Mar 2021
Ref
1036137-1-GW-7
Contact
Gayle Woolf
Job Title
Solicitor
Practice Area
Commercial Property
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
This top regional firm is looking to expand its Commercial Property Team.
 
The firm is seeking a Solicitor 4+ years PQE who has previous experience managing a case load, including:
  • Sales and purchases of freehold and leasehold commercial property
  • Licence matters
  • Grants and taking of leases
  • General landlord and tenant management work
  • Corporate support work
 
This will be for a wide range of clients including small and medium sized businesses, large corporate and PLCs and public sector bodies.
 
This is a known firm with clients which include University of Reading a number NHS trusts, such as Oxfordshire PCT and Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust.
 
The firm is particularly experienced in advising clients with large and varied operational and investment property portfolios. Ideally you should be prepared to be involved in business development activity and share the firm's desire to provide excellent client service. In return you will be part of an exciting office environment offering a full range of legal expertise.
 
There is also vibrant young lawyers network providing an outlet for social and informal networking.
 
The ability to get interesting experience and promotion is second to none. Excellent career opportunities await the successful candidate. for further information please contact Gayle Woolf.

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