Angus Williams - Bath Residential Property Solicitor | Royds Withy King

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Angus Williams

Angus Williams

Partner

T: 01225 730 260 (DDI)
T: 01225 730 100
M: 07780 662 516

Angus heads up the Residential Property, Farms and Estates team in Bath and also leads the firm’s agriculture and rural sector team. He believes that establishing strong working relationships with his clients is the key to mutual understanding.



The solicitors at Royds Withy King have consistently provided knowledgeable and practical solutions to complex legal issues and have quickly established themselves amongst the rural industry in Wiltshire and beyond.

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About Angus

Angus is independently recognised by the The Legal 500 UK 2014 directory for giving ‘good clear advice on complex issues’. Chambers and Partners UK 2015 describe him as ‘well known in the agricultural community. “He has a strong grasp of anything to do with agriculture,” confirms one client.’

He has a wide range of skills across both residential, commercial and agricultural and rural property including:

  • The acquisition and disposal of farms and estates and development land
  • The acquisition and disposal of farming and rural business interests
  • Commercial and residential property development
  • Agricultural Tenancy work including Agricultural Holdings Act Tenancies and Farm Business Tenancies
  • Secured lending and re-finance work for banks

Memberships :

Country Landowners Association
Agricultural Law Association

Williams, Angus

Clients know their needs better than anyone else, but making the right decisions about their property might not be as obvious as they think. Property is often the most valuable asset, whether it’s residential or agricultural property and clients want sensible, practical advice to make informed decisions. I’m a bit of a hybrid really as I advise both residential, commercial and agricultural clients. The combination works well as I can take a mixed perspective. It comes naturally for me as so many members of my family are involved in agriculture and rural business.

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