Commercial Property

Commercial Property Solicitors Glasgow, Scotland

Our team of commercial property lawyers can provide expert advice on all aspects of commercial property work. We advise a broad range of clients from major PLCs, developers, funders and banks to sole traders, start-ups and owner occupiers. We deal with all types of commercial property from shopping centres, hotels, offices and industrial properties to small business premises, shops and cafes. We can advise on:-

Our team of commercial conveyancing solicitors are experts in their field and all have extensive experience in providing expert Scottish property advice in cross border transactions for clients and law firms based in jurisdictions outside Scotland. 

We appreciate that attention to detail is of paramount importance in maximising the potential of your business. You can be sure that the commercial property team at Miller Samuel Hill Brown have the skills, knowledge and determination to support you in achieving the best outcome. We pride ourselves on our reputation for delivering a commercially focused service and transparency in respect of costs throughout.

Expert Support for All Commercial Property Transactions

Purchasing, selling, leasing and developing business properties can be an extremely complex process – large sums of capital will rest on the success of your transaction – so ensuring a satisfactory outcome is crucial in the pursuit of your commercial objectives. Our commercial property solicitors specialise in providing an exceptionally efficient and dedicated service. We work tirelessly to make sure that transactions are concluded swiftly and achieve the highest possible return on your investment.

The commercial property team at Miller Samuel Hill Brown offer an end-to-end service – we can support you from the earliest stage to the completion of your commercial property transaction. We have many years of experience advising clients across a broad range of sectors, from sole traders and SMEs to large multi-national companies. Our commercial property lawyers are expertly placed to identify and address potential issues quickly. The support of our commercial property team allows you to minimise risk and protect your commercial interests while remaining focused on running your business.

Commercial Property Contract Specialists

The commercial property solicitors at Miller Samuel Hill Brown are meticulous in their approach to drafting, reviewing and amending commercial property agreements. When it comes to contracts of sale or purchase, leases and development agreements, we will take the time to meet with you and ensure that you are fully informed regarding your rights and obligations before any contract is signed.

Our commercial property lawyers will thoroughly inspect all documents to identify and remedy any flaws and ensure the agreement is favourable to you and your objectives. Our team will work hard to develop practical and workable solutions if any problems arise in respect of your property sale or purchase, lease renewal or termination, rent review or planning application.

Property Development Services

Our commercial property team can offer innovative, proactive advice on all aspects of the development process. We have experience supporting a wide range of commercial projects, including industrial premises, leisure, retail and many others.

From the outset, we can facilitate commercial opportunities with the support of specialist professionals with extensive experience across the business sector, in addition to handling pre-contract negotiations and appropriate due diligence. Taking an outcomes-driven and innovative approach, our commercial property team can devise strategies that create opportunities while simultaneously reducing associated risks.

Contact our Commercial Property Lawyers Glasgow, Scotland

For specialist advice on a comprehensive range of commercial conveyancing matters, call our expert commercial conveyancing solicitors in Glasgow 0141 221 1919 or fill in our online contact form.


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