Whether selling a property at auction or looking to purchase, you should contact a member of Gotelee’s commercial property team at the earliest opportunity.
Property plays a key role in business, whether as business premises or development and investment opportunities.
There are various situations where Gotelee can help you with construction issues. We can help you with building leases, professional appointments, contracts and collateral warranties.
We can help you to determine the best way to deal with your property and unlock its development potential.
Whether you are a developer seeking to obtain planning permission or a landowner wishing to realise the development value of your property, you may need advice as to how to negotiate the ever changing planning system.
Whether you are dealing with agricultural, industrial, commercial, retail, stand alone or multi-let premises, we can help.
The sale or purchase of a hotel, restaurant or other property is similar to any other property transaction but there are additional considerations.
The commercial property team at has a wealth of experience dealing with investment in commercial property, acting for individuals, companies or through a SIPP or SSAS.
As a landlord of a residential property you may have problems with tenants not paying rent or leaving the property without meeting the terms of the agreement.
The commercial property team at Gotelee has expertise in all areas of leasehold property sales and purchases.
Our experience enables us to efficiently tailor make a business lease to suit your particular needs.
Whether you are a borrower or a lender we can advise on the terms of the loan documentation and security including deeds of priority or postponement.
Gotelee's has amassed a wealth of experience in planning, regulatory enforcement, property and development, public procurement, data protection and much more directly relevant to issues facing the public sector.
Obtaining speedy planning decisions and staying ahead of the game are vital to landowners, developers, local authorities and residents.
Increasingly, Councils require landowners and developers to agree to what is sometimes referred to as “planning gain”.
If you are involved in a planning inquiry, whether as the appellant; or the local planning authority; or a third party wanting to take part; you will need good quality advice and representation.
If you or your business faces a regulatory enforcement investigation or prosecution by the local Planning Authority then contact us.
We can provide quick and efficient advice on any title queries that you may have whether your title is registered or unregistered.