Commercial Property and Agricultural Lawyer

  • Job Reference: BH-36386
  • Date Posted: 4 May 2024
  • Recruiter: Law Staff
  • Location: Ely
  • Remote Working: Some remote working possible
  • Salary: £50,000 to £60,000
  • Sector: Commercial property
  • Personnel Type: Solicitor

Job Description

A long established and well known Law Firm based in East Cambridgeshire seeks a talented Commercial Property & Agricultural Property Solicitor.

An exciting opportunity has arisen for an ambitious and driven Commercial Property & Agricultural Property Solicitor based at their office in Cambridgeshire. The successful applicant will handle a varied caseload of commercial property work, largely arising in a rural context. The role is offered on a full-time, permanent basis. 


  • Sales and purchases of rural properties and land
  • Transactions involving registered and unregistered land
  • Town and country planning matters
  • Environmental issues
  • Construction contracts
The Candidate
  • Solicitors with a minimum of 1 years’ PQE
  • An understanding of the agricultural sector is essential for this role
  • An appreciation of property law and co-ownership issues would be beneficial
  • A team player who is equally comfortable working on their own initiative
  • Excellent communication and client care skills
  • Demonstrate a flair for business development and networking
The Firm

Our client is a well-established, and re-known Law Practice with a fantastic reputation.  Our client’s offer a wide range of services to both individuals and businesses based locally and further afield. Staffed by a team of experienced legal professionals, they provide expert advice in a jargon-free manner and are committed to delivering consistently excellent client service. You will benefit from a competitive salary with hybrid working options and a realistic career path for Partnership status.

For further details of this vacancy, please contact us on 01954208082 quoting reference 36386.


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