Commercial Property Solicitor

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£50000 - £70000 per annum, Benefits: Benefits Package
14 Apr 2021
12 May 2021
Tom Davies
Job Title
Practice Area
Commercial Property
PQE Level
2-4, 5-7
Contract Type
Full Time
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a commercial property solicitor to join this established West End firm that has an excellent reputation for its commercial property work.
You will be part of a team dealing with a wide range of work including landlord and tenant matters, acquisitions, disposals and property development. The firm act for an array of clients across a number of sectors including office, leisure, high end retail and hospitality.  
To be considered for this role you will need to be a commercial property solicitor, comfortable running your own caseload of matters including landlord & tenant work, such as negotiation of new leases, assignments, renewals, alterations and variations, as well as acquisitions and disposals of commercial property. Development experience would be advantageous but is not essential. This experience will probably have been gained at a City or West End firm, or at a leading regional practice. Additionally you should have a 2:1 or 1st degree from a recognised university.
The team you’ll be joining is friendly, knowledgeable and well-regarded in the commercial property sector - making this a great opportunity. Competitive salary and good long-term prospects are also on offer for the successful candidate.
If you're a commercial property solicitor looking for a new role in London this is a chance not to be missed, apply now or call Tom Davies at G2 Legal for an initial chat.

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