Our Milton Keynes office is growing
Our Milton Keynes office has boosted its real estate offering with new legal director, Angela Guess, joining the team.
Angela brings over 20 years of commercial property experience to the table. Her specialisms include land acquisitions and disposals for investment and development, helping landowners and developers to structure options, promotion agreements and conditional contracts. Angela focuses particularly on landlord and tenant work, as well as secured lending on commercial property, helping both borrowers and lenders to get the best results possible.
Angela also has an impressive knowledge of the property element of commercial business sales and acquisitions, having worked with a variety of landlords and well-established high street tenants over the years.
Mark Thompson, our partner and head of the Milton Keynes office said:
“Our real estate team is full of positive, passionate people who pride themselves on being free-thinking, decisive and commercially-astute lawyers. Angela’s skillset and ability to get in her client’s shoes makes her the perfect fit for the existing team.
“The Milton Keynes market is evolving rapidly; businesses are seeing more scope for investment in the area and we’re watching it become an exciting operating hub for individuals and companies alike.
“As a firm, we’ve always had a reputation of broad appeal and cross-discipline strength; something which we are looking to further strengthen across all teams and offices. I am confident that Angela will thrive in her new role, helping us achieve even more in the Milton Keynes market going forward.”
Angela said of her appointment:
“As the first port of call for new clients, I can’t wait to hit the ground running and take on a fresh challenge every day. It’s a breath of fresh air to be joining such a growing, forward-thinking firm – one that mirrors my own values and puts the client’s needs first.”
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