Property Solicitors

At Slater Heelis, we pride ourselves in being experts in property law. Our property solicitors provide a full service covering all aspects of residential conveyancing and commercial property matters.

Property law can be complex, it's important to have someone paying attention to the details.

Whether you’re buying or selling a home, or purchasing a new property for your business, the legal details of the transaction need careful consideration. We’re here to help and ensure the process is as smooth as possible, so you can get on with everything else.

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  • A highly experienced team providing a prompt and responsive service.
  • We work with residential and commercial property clients on a local and national scale.
  • Cross-departmental experience in property development and vending.

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Mitigating Contractor Insolvency: A Developer’s Toolkit

As the construction industry faces yet more headwinds, developers should guard themselves against contractor insolvency to avoid a fatal blow to business, says Matt Grellier, our Head of Construction and Engineering. With spiralling costs and expiring Covid loan repayment periods,… Read more »

Buying land for development

With rising property prices, lenders becoming more stringent in mortgage applications and difficulties in finding a suitable property, it is no wonder many people are turning to buying land for development. In 2021, just 22.5% of 25 to 34 year… Read more »

If you inadvertently build in breach of a restrictive covenant, or if you buy land without knowing that it is subject to restrictions, it could cost you money and may even stop your development plans completely. 

Restrictive Covenants and Development Sites

Even the most promising development can be knocked off course if the land is subject to a restrictive covenant.  Restrictions of this sort can prevent land being built on or being used for specific purposes for many years, even if… Read more »