Commercial Land Purchase

Commercial Land Purchase Solicitors Glasgow, Scotland

Buying commercial property can be a complicated process that involves extensive negotiations and a range of legal formalities. At Miller Samuel Hill Brown, we have many years of experience advising clients from across the commercial sector on a wide range of commercial property matters.

Our commercial property solicitors regularly act on behalf of purchasers, sellers and funders, and advise owner-occupiers on all aspects of the purchase of commercial property. Whatever your requirements, speak to a member of our specialist commercial property team for clear, pro-active and commercially focused advice.

Commercial Land Purchase – Specialist Solicitors in Glasgow

When you instruct one of our commercial land purchase solicitors, we will listen carefully to your objectives. Our team will develop a strategy to help you achieve your goals as quickly and effectively as possible.

We have a strong working relationship with commercial property agents throughout Glasgow and the West of Scotland. Our market knowledge is always relevant, in-depth and up-to-date. Throughout your business with us, you will have access to one of our specialist commercial property solicitors who will answer any questions you have and keep you informed of any developments.

We can provide reliable and practical advice on issues such as:

  • Title and local authority searches
  • Contract terms
  • Commercial property surveys
  • Planning permission
  • Certification and licencing
  • Commercial property funding and securities
  • Land and Buildings Transaction Tax
Retail and Leisure

Miller Samuel Hill Brown is highly respected across the retail and leisure sector. We can provide support with space requirements, licencing, commercial contracts, employment, restructuring and insolvency. Our commercial property lawyers take instruction from occupiers, investors and insolvency practitioners. Our clients have come to rely on us for pragmatic, commercially focused advice delivered within tight timeframes and within agreed fee structures.

Health Care

Miller Samuel Hill Brown has significant experience in the health care sector.  We act for a considerable number of dental businesses and assist GP practices in a range of matters including property matters and partnership agreements.

Property Development

Our commercial property solicitors act on behalf of developers throughout Glasgow and the West of Scotland to deal with complex, high-value developments. We regularly advise on matters such as planning, finance, construction, corporate and joint ventures. We are well versed in commercial real estate development with experience covering all add-on specialisms required to deal with complex development projects.

House Building

Our commercial property team regularly work with developers on matters including site acquisition, collaboration agreements, development agreements and site assembly. We act for housebuilders across Scotland, combining a highly efficient approach with a comprehensive understanding of the market. As well as acting on behalf of large firms, we also work with smaller Scottish housebuilders, developers and landowners looking to acquire ground for development.

Contact our Commercial Property Lawyers Glasgow, Scotland

For specialist advice on the purchase of commercial land and property, speak with one of our expert commercial conveyancing solicitors in Glasgow on 0141 221 1919 or fill in our online contact form.

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