Commercial Property Solicitor

  • Job Reference: BH-36599
  • Date Posted: 27 March 2024
  • Recruiter: Law Staff
  • Location: Huntingdon
  • Salary: £50,000
  • Sector: Commercial property
  • Personnel Type: Solicitor

Job Description

Job Title: Commercial Property Solicitor  
Location: Huntingdon  
Salary: Negotiable but usually around £50,000 to £70,000

Company Overview:
Our client is a prestigious law firm based in Huntingdon, renowned for its exceptional commercial property practice. With a proven track record of handling complex and high-value transactions, the firm is currently expanding its commercial property team due to increased demand for its services.

Job Description:
We are seeking a talented and ambitious Commercial Property Solicitor to join our dynamic team. This role presents an exciting opportunity to work on a diverse range of commercial property matters, including acquisitions, disposals, lease negotiations, and property finance arrangements.

Key Responsibilities:

- Manage a varied caseload of commercial property matters, ensuring the delivery of high-quality legal services to clients.
- Collaborate effectively within a team environment, demonstrating leadership qualities when required.
- Maintain excellent time management skills to meet billing and fee earning targets.
- Provide professional and strategic advice to clients, exhibiting confidence and expertise in commercial property law.

Key Requirements:

- Qualified lawyer with substantial experience gained within a reputable legal practice, preferably a Legal 500 firm.
- Proficient in commercial leases, acquisitions, disposals, and property finance arrangements.
- Strong project management skills with the ability to prioritize tasks effectively.
- Comfortable working autonomously as well as collaboratively within a team setting.
- Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal, with a professional demeanour.

Additional Experience (Desirable):

- Exposure to agricultural law and related matters such as farm business tenancies and estate management.
- Knowledge of planning law and the construction process would be advantageous.

Benefits:

- Flexible working arrangements, including up to 40% remote work.
- Competitive holiday allowance with additional benefits such as pension scheme and life assurance.
- Structured career progression plan tailored to individual goals and ambitions, with potential for partnership.