When investing in commercial property, it is essential to get the right legal advice. This ensures any transactions can go ahead as smoothly as possible, as well as protecting your investment.

Our commercial property solicitors in Ipswich offer a proactive, business-minded approach designed to meet your specific requirements. With a high level of specialist expertise and decades of real world experience, we can add real value to your plans.

Ashtons Legal is one of the top-ranked law firms in East Anglia for commercial property law and various related areas. We have consistently achieved high ratings from respected independent client guides the Legal 500 and Chambers & Partners in areas including Commercial Property, Construction, Banking and Finance, and Property Litigation.

Our clients include developers, landlords, local authorities and private companies, with our expertise covering general commercial property matters as well as complex high profile and high value transactions.

On a regular basis, we assist clients with matters such as the sale and purchase of freehold and leasehold premises, commercial leases, management of investment properties, property development, secured lending, and Landlord and Tenant matters.

For reliable, business-minded commercial property services in Suffolk, please contact our Ipswich office now.

How we can help you with commercial property in Ipswich

Buying and selling commercial property

When buying or selling commercial property, you need to get the right terms, then make sure the transaction goes ahead on time and on budget. Drawing on our extensive experience, we can ensure the terms of the deal match your requirements, foreseeing potential problems and quickly resolving any issues that do arise.

Our commercial conveyancing solicitors in Ipswich are experts in matters including:

  • Preparing and reviewing contracts of sale
  • Negotiating amendments
  • Handling exchange of contracts and transfer of funds
  • Dealing with the payment of Capital Gains Tax (CGT)
  • Updating Land Registry records where required

Commercial landlord & tenant matters

When entering a new lease, extending or changing a lease, or ending a lease, the right advice can help you get the right agreement in place while allowing you to maintain a positive landlord-tenant relationship.

Our commercial lease solicitors in Ipswich can assist with matters including:

  • Creating commercial leases
  • Reviewing & advising on the terms of commercial leases
  • Lease renewals
  • Terminating leases (including the use of break clauses)
  • Dilapidations
  • Repossession
  • Lease disputes

See how we can help you with commercial landlord and tenant matters.

Property development & construction

Commercial property development and construction projects can run into various challenges, including delays, cost overruns and regulatory issues. Our team provides comprehensive legal support for developers and construction businesses, with particular expertise in large-scale projects, including for the education and charity sectors.

Our commercial property lawyers in Ipswich can provide expertise on matters including:

Property investment & property management

Offering expert guidance for every stage of a property investment, including buying, managing and selling property, our team can support you with minimising the risks while maximising your returns.

Our property investment and management expertise includes:

  • Set up of special purpose vehicles
  • Property acquisitions and disposals
  • Pension Scheme purchases
  • Finance arrangements
  • Property management

See how we can help you with property investment and management.

Agricultural property

Our team has particular expertise in agricultural land and property law, with a keen understanding of the many niche issues faced by those operating in the sector.

Our agricultural property lawyers in Ipswich can advise on matters including:

See how we can help you with agricultural property and estates.

Commercial property dispute resolution

Commercial property disputes often involve complicated legal principles and can be costly and time-consuming to resolve. Our team will work to achieve an early resolution that avoids the need for court proceedings wherever possible, saving you time and money while robustly protecting your legal position.

Our property litigation solicitors in Ipswich can assist with disputes related to:

  • Boundary disputes
  • Terms of sale
  • Notices to complete and rescission
  • Freehold title disputes
  • Mortgage possession claims
  • Restrictive covenants
  • Easements and rights of way
  • Right to light

See how we can help you with commercial property disputes.

Why Ashtons Legal is the smart choice for commercial property law advice in Ipswich

The Commercial Property team at our Ipswich office benefits from the expertise of a number of highly experienced specialists. We can also call on the expertise of the commercial property solicitors based at our other offices in Bury St Edmunds, Cambridge and Norwich.

We are one of the highest ranked law firms in the region. Prestigious independent client guides the Legal 500 and Chambers & Partners both rank us very highly for our work across several areas relevant to commercial property law in East Anglia.

Our Legal 500 rankings for East Anglia include:

  • Commercial Property
  • Property Litigation
  • Agriculture and Estates
  • Banking and Finance
  • Planning and Environment
  • Construction

Our Chambers & Partners rankings for East Anglia include:

  • Banking & Finance
  • Real Estate Litigation
  • Agriculture & Rural affairs

Contact our commercial property solicitors in Ipswich

To discuss your commercial property law needs with our pragmatic and efficient team in Ipswich, please get in touch.


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