The property development advice you need

‘Our recommendations will be based on understanding your business, not just the legal issues’

Construction development is a lucrative business but you need to tread carefully – it carries with it a number of risks. So the way you assess and manage those risks is key to your success. We can provide extensive property development advice to help you safeguard your own interests and those of your funder.

A deep understanding of property development law

Our team of construction solicitors has wide-ranging experience in all areas of property development law. You can rely on our expertise in:

  • Defining a procurement strategy
    We’ll give you the property development advice you need to agree a balanced contract from the outset, in the form of practical, affordable answers without confusing legal jargon.
  • Getting the contracts right
    We can discuss the options with you, advise on the risks and lend support to your negotiations, or even handle them on your behalf. We’ll provide practical solutions and clear advice at a cost to suit your budget.
  • Delivering on time and on budget
    Proper contract programme planning, monitoring and timely delivery are critical. If a matter does end in dispute, we’ll give you a straight answer about your chances of success.
  • Agreeing new homes guarantees
    Successful residential land development needs a reputable guarantor on board at an early stage. While valuers continue to exercise caution, you need to limit your risks of an adverse valuation. Both our construction and property teams have a proven record of minimising risk and financial exposure for property developers and homeowners alike.

Contact us now to reap the benefits of our experienced property development advice by calling 0800 923 2063 or emailing

Hannah Ongaro was excellent. Responsive and understanding. Her correspondence, though often lengthy due to the complicated issues involved, was incisive and persuasive.

Royds Withy King Client

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