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Catherine Wolstencroft

Catherine Wolstencroft

Senior Associate

Catherine Wolstencroft

Senior Associate

Catherine Wolstencroft
Locations Canterbury
Tel 01227 763939
Email cw@furleypage.co.uk
  • All kinds of freehold and leasehold property work for diverse commercial clients including site developers, investors, and occupiers of business premises.
  • Auction sales and purchases.
  • Obtaining security for loans over commercial property, whether related to a transaction or by way of remortgage.
  • Small business asset sales and purchases, including licensed premises.
  • Option agreements and conditional contracts.
  • Transactions arising under residential leasehold enfranchisement legislation including lease extensions, rights of first refusal and collective enfranchisement (purchase of freehold).
  • The application of heritage law to planning and development.

After building up almost ten years’ experience as a commercial property lawyer in London and another leading South East firm, Catherine joined the commercial team at Furley Page at the beginning of 2005. Catherine is a Senior Solicitor and was promoted to Senior Associate in 2016.

She has wide experience of all aspects of commercial property work and in recent years has also developed a specialism in transactions arising from the complex raft of residential leasehold enfranchisement legislation.

Catherine’s interest in archaeology led her to take a masters degree in the Archaeology, Heritage Planning and Management in her spare time and she is able to apply her knowledge to assist developer clients who encounter archaeology in the planning process.

Catherine prides herself on her practical application of legal principles to ensure that, on the basis of clear advice, clients are able to reach commercially sound decisions. She enjoys problem solving in a creative way to achieve her clients’ desired outcomes.

  • Kent Law Society

  • Commercial Real Estate Lawyers Association CRELA

  • Conversational German. Catherine has dual British and German nationality.

'Catherine Wolstencroft offers great customer support, is knowledgeable...

'Catherine Wolstencroft offers great customer support, is knowledgeable and always on hand to answer our concerns and offer sound advice, I trust her completely.' The Legal 500 2020 : Catherine Wolstencroft

Areas of Specialism

  • All kinds of freehold and leasehold property work for diverse commercial clients including site developers, investors, and occupiers of business premises.
  • Auction sales and purchases.
  • Obtaining security for loans over commercial property, whether related to a transaction or by way of remortgage.
  • Small business asset sales and purchases, including licensed premises.
  • Option agreements and conditional contracts.
  • Transactions arising under residential leasehold enfranchisement legislation including lease extensions, rights of first refusal and collective enfranchisement (purchase of freehold).
  • The application of heritage law to planning and development.

Career

After building up almost ten years’ experience as a commercial property lawyer in London and another leading South East firm, Catherine joined the commercial team at Furley Page at the beginning of 2005. Catherine is a Senior Solicitor and was promoted to Senior Associate in 2016.

She has wide experience of all aspects of commercial property work and in recent years has also developed a specialism in transactions arising from the complex raft of residential leasehold enfranchisement legislation.

Catherine’s interest in archaeology led her to take a masters degree in the Archaeology, Heritage Planning and Management in her spare time and she is able to apply her knowledge to assist developer clients who encounter archaeology in the planning process.

Catherine prides herself on her practical application of legal principles to ensure that, on the basis of clear advice, clients are able to reach commercially sound decisions. She enjoys problem solving in a creative way to achieve her clients’ desired outcomes.

Memberships

Kent Law Society

Commercial Real Estate Lawyers Association CRELA

Languages

  • Conversational German. Catherine has dual British and German nationality.

Testimonials

'Catherine Wolstencroft offers great customer support, is knowledgeable...

'Catherine Wolstencroft offers great customer support, is knowledgeable and always on hand to answer our concerns and offer sound advice, I trust her completely.' The Legal 500 2020 : Catherine Wolstencroft

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