PartnerI began my career in the early 1980’s in London, first in the West End followed by ten years in one of the larger City firms. After that experience, when I took part in numerous large scale, complex transactions often with hefty price tags, and uncounted unnecessary all night meetings, I saw the light and put an end to commuting and London grime, by arriving in Cirencester in 1994 where life is better and the work more varied.
Here, I’m still acting for clients buying and selling, leasing and mortgaging their property. Whilst the work is generally commercial or business orientated, including offices, shops, industrial units and pubs, I might just as easily find myself involved in a transaction consisting of a country estate with agricultural connotations, or indeed a residential flat in London.
I live locally, am particularly partial to the pinot noir grape, and like to think that I’m a connoisseur of the English pub. Occasionally I bring my rather wilful Labrador to the office, and hope no one notices.