View experts by name

View by service and office location

Paul Daniels

Partner

T: 01225 730 141 (DDI)
T: 01225 730 100
M: 07788 662 201 E: paul.daniels@roydswithyking.com

Paul is a Royds Withy King partner specialising in all aspects of real estate. Helping new and existing clients develop and use their commercial property to maximum benefit is what interests Paul.



Thanks for all the support during a very stressful and confusing office move.The whole process was made much better and easier to comprehend.
Trapeze Group

About Paul

Chambers & Partners UK recognise Paul as a “Leader in his field” and report that he has “significant expertise in property development, care and renewables“. He is held in high regard by his clients, who appreciate his “very commercial advice”. The Legal 500 UK call Paul a “class act” and mark him as “recommended“.

Paul joined Royds Withy King in 1993 and was promoted to partner in 2000, having been appointed head of the real estate department in 1999.

He has wide experience of commercial property transactions including:

  • landlord and tenant work in the office, retail and leisure sectors
  • property development for commercial and residential use
  • secured lending/re-finance work acting for banks and borrowers
  • acquisition and disposal in of care homes, retirement villages, hotels & restaurants
  • property transactions for pension schemes (SIPP/SSAS)
  • property support for corporate sales, acquisitions and merge

The Legal 500 - The Clients Guide to Law Firms

It is always satisfying completing a successful property deal and often helping them avoid a few risks along the way. Property can be a really valuable asset but it can also be a potential burden if people do not spot the pitfalls. I like clients to think of me as “part of their team” and strong relationships are key to any successful business.

Paul Daniels

Related articles

Opinion [4]
Article thumbnail

WeWork, WeLive, WeGrow…

26 June 2019

As “co-working” and “flexible office space” become everyday terms, we look at the sector’s best-known start-up and determine what sets it apart from the competition.

Read more..
Article thumbnail

GDPR guidance for community pharmacies

11 April 2018

The Pharmaceutical Services Negotiating Committee has published a series of guidance documents to assist community pharmacy contractors in attaining General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) compliance.

Read more..
Article thumbnail

Cross subsidisation in care homes – Government response

27 March 2018

More than half of care home places in the UK are comprised by local authority-funded residents. However, due to many factors, not least the negotiating power of local authorities and the squeeze on their finances, it is thought that local authority fees are provided near to or at cost for care home providers. Therefore, in order to make this a viable financial model, some care home providers will charge self-funding clients more than their local authority equivalents, which is known as “cross-subsidisation”.

Read more..
Article thumbnail

CQC takes a firmer approach to providers caring for people with a learning disability

27 September 2017

CQC is taking a firmer approach to registration for providers who support people with learning disabilities and/or autism, aiming to make sure that people with these conditions live in a service which is small-scale and within a local community. 

Read more..
News [4]
Article thumbnail

New construction partner for Royds Withy King

11 September 2018

A construction lawyer who played a key role in advising members of EDF Energy’s Hinkley Point C supply chain has joined Royds Withy King’s Construction & Engineering team in Bath as a partner. Catherine Welch joined Royds Withy King from …

Read more..
Article thumbnail

Bath firms should ‘control the controllables’ and not fret over Brexit, advises business group

3 July 2018

Business-owners in Bath should focus on their immediate business concerns and the challenges posed by the city’s infrastructure rather than hard-to-influence Brexit-related issues, a local business group has said. Ian Bell, executive director for the Bath Chamber of Commerce & …

Read more..
Article thumbnail

Royds Withy King strengthens Real Estate team

1 May 2018

Left to right: Richard Roth pictured with Paul Daniels, partner and head of the Real Estate team at Royds Withy King   Law firm Royds Withy King has strengthened its Real Estate team with the appointment of partner Richard Roth. …

Read more..
Article thumbnail

Royds Withy King advises on the purchase of Dorian House B&B in Bath

3 August 2017

UK Top 100 law firm Royds Withy King, which has its headquarters in Bath, advised local entrepreneurs Tim and Ros Forester on the purchase of the luxury 13-bedroom boutique B&B, Dorian House.

Read more..
Case Studies [4]
Article thumbnail

WeWork, WeLive, WeGrow…

26 June 2019

As “co-working” and “flexible office space” become everyday terms, we look at the sector’s best-known start-up and determine what sets it apart from the competition.

Read more..

Real Estate team advise on pre-lets at Grove Business Park

22 June 2018

The Real Estate team at Royds Withy King have advised Grove Business Park in connection with the first major pre-let of its new development known as “GBP1”.

Read more..
Article thumbnail

Royds Withy King advises Gold Care Homes on share sale and property leaseback

18 May 2017

A Bath-based team from UK top 100 law firm Royds Withy King has advised the shareholders of Gold Care Holdings Limited on the circa £90m sale of the Gold Care group to an overseas real estate investor. The transaction included …

Read more..

Twin City Developments completes quality residential conversion in Bath

6 January 2014

Twin City Developments is a specialist property development and consultancy company which operates from the historic cities of Bath and Oxford, with a particular focus on the regeneration of existing buildings and brownfield sites. The development and sale of a prestigious building consisting of four apartments on Bath’s famous Great Pulteney Street was completed with funding to support the development provided by Royal Bank of Scotland. Our Commercial Property experts teamed up with the RBS to provide legal advice.

Read more..

View experts by name

View by service and office location