|Location:||Canterbury and London office|
Commercial Property and Secured Lending
Jeremy is a Partner and the Head of Real Estate. He started his career as a commercial lawyer in private practice in 1998 when he joined the commercial property team at firm of Solicitors in Ashford, having previously been a lawyer in the criminal justice system for over 10 years.
Jeremy moved to Furley Page in 2000 where he became a partner in 2003. He developed a large and varied client base, ranging from developers and property investors to banks, and institutions doing all types of commercial property work. He also broadened his areas of work to include commercial contracts and company law. He negotiated large scale procurement contracts, agency, distribution and e-commerce agreements and advised clients on protection and exploitation of intellectual property rights. He became a member of the Franco-British Chamber of Commerce and regularly worked in Paris with French and British clients.
In 2007 an opportunity arose and Jeremy moved to a renowned regional law firm where he became a member of the LLP and Head of Real Estate, a team of experienced lawyers well known in the Kent and the South East for their specialist knowledge of development and secured lending work in particular.
Jeremy has worked on complex property acquisitions and sales (particularly in relation to ex-industrial sites) lettings, development funding and property joint ventures. Jeremy has also carried out portfolio and estate management for various clients including Chatham Maritime Trust, Canterbury Christchurch University and pharmacy chains, Day Lewis Plc and Paydens Limited.
Jeremy recently returned to Furley Page to lead a newly formed Real Estate Team which covers Commercial property, Agricultural property, Educational property and Residential property.