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Andrew Gough

Andrew Gough

Partner

Andrew Gough

Partner

Andrew Gough
Locations Canterbury
Tel 01227 763939
Email ajg@furleypage.co.uk

Commercial property, environmental and planning law.

Andrew joined the firm in 1989 after practicing in London and very quickly made his mark by becoming a Partner in 1990. He has substantial experience in general non-contentious commercial practice and has a wide ranging portfolio of clients acting for small, medium and plc international organisations.

His main areas of specialism are: commercial property, leases, planning and environmental law, construction documentation, partnership documentation, limited liability and advice on general commercial contracts. Andrew’s particular interest is property development and issues arising from planning and environmental matters. He also advises on broader environmental issues.

Andrew is a keen Rotarian and a School Governor. When not working he enjoys travel classical music, the arts generally and cooking (occasionally). He is also a keen supporter of West Ham United FC (even in adversity).

  • Law Society

  • Kent Law Society

  • Conversational French and German

Furley Page Solicitors' team provides 'an excellent level...

Furley Page Solicitors' team provides 'an excellent level of service on all aspects and is always available to offer sound advice'. It has a strong sector focus on education and healthcare, with specialisms in residential, commercial, mixed-use and student accommodation developments, as well as landlord and tenant issues and lending matters. Practice head Jeremy Licence is well-regarded. Andrew Gough and Liz Brady, who 'has a good in-depth knowledge of property law that is conveyed in a client-friendly way', are other key names. The Legal 500 2019 - Commercial property

Furley Page ‘is a good regional practice with...

Furley Page ‘is a good regional practice with several very capable commercial property lawyers’. Acquisitions and disposals, property finance and site development matters are all mainstays of the practice, which advises lenders, purchasers and sellers. Practice head Jeremy Licence and Andrew Gough handle secured lending and planning matters, respectively; they are recommended alongside development agreement expert Liz Brady, who ‘is very experienced, highly skilled and attentive’. The Legal 500 2017 - Commercial property

Areas of Specialism

Commercial property, environmental and planning law.

Career

Andrew joined the firm in 1989 after practicing in London and very quickly made his mark by becoming a Partner in 1990. He has substantial experience in general non-contentious commercial practice and has a wide ranging portfolio of clients acting for small, medium and plc international organisations.

His main areas of specialism are: commercial property, leases, planning and environmental law, construction documentation, partnership documentation, limited liability and advice on general commercial contracts. Andrew’s particular interest is property development and issues arising from planning and environmental matters. He also advises on broader environmental issues.

Andrew is a keen Rotarian and a School Governor. When not working he enjoys travel classical music, the arts generally and cooking (occasionally). He is also a keen supporter of West Ham United FC (even in adversity).

Memberships

Law Society

Kent Law Society

Languages

  • Conversational French and German

Testimonials

Furley Page Solicitors' team provides 'an excellent level...

Furley Page Solicitors' team provides 'an excellent level of service on all aspects and is always available to offer sound advice'. It has a strong sector focus on education and healthcare, with specialisms in residential, commercial, mixed-use and student accommodation developments, as well as landlord and tenant issues and lending matters. Practice head Jeremy Licence is well-regarded. Andrew Gough and Liz Brady, who 'has a good in-depth knowledge of property law that is conveyed in a client-friendly way', are other key names. The Legal 500 2019 - Commercial property

Furley Page ‘is a good regional practice with...

Furley Page ‘is a good regional practice with several very capable commercial property lawyers’. Acquisitions and disposals, property finance and site development matters are all mainstays of the practice, which advises lenders, purchasers and sellers. Practice head Jeremy Licence and Andrew Gough handle secured lending and planning matters, respectively; they are recommended alongside development agreement expert Liz Brady, who ‘is very experienced, highly skilled and attentive’. The Legal 500 2017 - Commercial property

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