The successful sale of Cube M4 Business Park, Bristol by the commercial property team of Peter Lynn and Partners marks a “full-circle” service for clients, Cathedral Properties.
Darren A. Lewis, Partner and property development and investment specialist at the law firm, structured a deal to acquire the property in January 2016 for £1.1m. The purchase saw the client become the owner of three modern, high-quality office buildings totalling 17,236 sq.ft and not long after purchase, he had already secured the first tenant’s thanks to a proactive relationship with Savills.
Within a year, the property was at full capacity with four leases in place, all coordinated by Mr Lewis and earlier this year, the clients indicated they wished to sell the property and commissioned Mr Lewis to find a buyer.
In a short amount of time, a buyer was identified, funds secured and the property was successfully sold for £2.5m.
Darren commented “we have…
We were proud supporters of the DVLA Code Challenge 2017 and have received the following message from the organisers:
Firstly, thank you. The competition is now over and it proved to be a resounding success with a lot of extremely excited children, a fantastic host, brilliant Judges, none of which would have been possible without your help and generous support.
In total 50 Schools & Community Groups across Wales won Prizes in the DVLA Code Challenge Competition. All the entries we had this year were of a very high quality which shows just how much talent is out there, we just…
After a recent £1.6m investment from Lloyds Bank, Peter Lynn and Partners are continuing their path of accelerated growth as they appoint a new Partner and four new members of staff.
Caesar Adere has been promoted to Partner after a successful period in the firm’s residential conveyancing department in Morriston. Having joined the firm in 2014, he has helped turn the conveyancing department into one of the largest in the region who complete more than 150 property sale and purchases per month.
Caesar commented, “I am extremely proud to become a Partner at the firm and look forward to helping Peter…
The BBC has reported the latest legal decision to affect the so-called “gig economy”. This expression refers to working arrangements between parties in which one or both of the parties try to establish that the other is a self-employed independent contractor.
It is essential in a working relationship that proper consideration is given to the status of the worker. The consequences of getting it wrong can be far-reaching and expensive! The law recognises three working status being Employee, Worker and Self-Employed Contractor.
The scope of legal protection and entitlement varies greatly between each of the three categories. It is an employee…
Today marks the start of national Cohabitation Awareness Week which aims to raise awareness about the lack of rights that exist for unmarried couples who live together.
Led by Resolution, an organisation of 6,500 family lawyers who believe in a constructive, non-confrontational approach to family law matters; the week will shine a spotlight on unmarried couples who are at risk of losing everything if the relationship breaks down.
Sophie Pincott, partner and family law solicitor at Peter Lynn and Partners, commented “There are about 7 million people in the UK living in this type of relationship, making this the fastest growing…
Peter Lynn and Partners are proud to have helped a group from Dawsons Estate Agents in their recent fundraising efforts for Wales Air Ambulance.
The estate agent’s team took to abseiling down a 200-foot cliff at Port Eynon on Gower to raise much-needed funds for the Welsh charity.
Jo Summerfield, Director of Sales at Dawsons, said; “Wales Air Ambulance is a fantastic charity saving lives daily in Wales and transporting those in need to hospitals all over the country. As the Wales Air Ambulance charity runs purely on donations, we were keen to raise as much as possible”.
The group have to…
We were proud to sponsor six girls aged between 11-15 from Banwen Pony Club who recently competed in the Prince Philip Mounted games cup competition at the Horse of the Year show (HOYS) in the NEC.
Sophie Scully,15, Isabelle Lynch 15, Lowri Jones 12, Mackenzie Norton- Phibben 11, Cerys Bowden 13, Jess Smith 12, and trainer, Mr Alun Whitney battled it out every day against five other teams at the prestigious event.
Partner at Peter Lynn and Partners Catrin Stephens commented “The girls beat 250 other teams from all over the UK to win their place at HOYS. They were winners…