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About Victoria

Victoria is an Associate Solicitor in the Residential Development Team.

Victoria is an experienced residential development and residential property solicitor and works alongside regional developers on all aspects of the conveyancing process, from acquiring and developing land, to overseeing the individual plot sales for developments of all sizes.

 

 

Specialisms

  • Land Acquisition

    Acting on behalf of local and regional developers in acquiring land and plots for residential development

  • Disposals of Plots

    Dealing with all aspects of selling development plots for local and regional developers

  • Acting on Behalf of Social Housing Providers

    Acquiring and disposing of residential land and properties for local social housing providers

  • Leasehold and Freehold

    Dealing with all aspects of leasehold and freehold transactions, including unregistered land

In Practice

  • Property Sales

    Dealing with all aspects of leasehold and freehold sales, including Attorney and Executor sales

  • Development Plot Sales

    Acting on behalf of local developers in the sale of new build freehold and leasehold plots

  • Property Purchases

    Dealing with all aspect of leasehold and freehold purchases, including new build and retirement properties

  • Unregistered Land

    Acting in a sale or purchase where land is unregistered, as well as dealing with first registrations

  • Transfers of Equity

    Dealing with the transfer of land between parties or in accordance with a Will

Recommendations for Victoria

"I must say that Victoria has been excellent, as we encountered several problems with the co-freeholders of the property. She has been so helpful and patient, which has been a blessing for us.”

Residential Property Client, Bournemouth

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