Commercial Developments

Commercial Development Solicitors Glasgow, Scotland

Miller Samuel Hill Brown’s commercial property team have a wealth of experience in providing commercial property advice to a wide range of commercial property clients in Scotland. We act:

  • for a number of Scottish developers including private house builders in relation to the acquisition and finance of mixed use city retail/residential developments;
  • in the acquisition and sale on of residential sites for Scottish property developers, including those specialising in city residential conversion developments

Our team have a wealth of experience in acting for such developers. Attached to this is a general knowledge and understanding of construction matters related to such developments and we have advised a number of clients in relation to such construction related matters connected to development projects. We ensure that we see through development projects from cradle to the grave starting with site acquisition all the way through to pre-letting, funding, construction, completion and sale.

We also advise on joint venture agreements, forward funding agreements, infrastructure agreements and development agreements. Many of our clients are long standing and our Partners have built up close relationships over the years to ensure complete understanding of the businesses they are advising.

Contact our Commercial Development Solicitors Glasgow, Scotland 

For legal advice on property development in Glasgow, please call on 0141 221 1919 or fill in our online contact form

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