Catherine Wolstencroft is a Senior Associate in the Furley Page Real Estate team advising commercial property clients and residential landlords and tenants in connection with leasehold enfranchisement matters.
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
Testimonials for Catherine
- Conversational German. Catherine has dual British and German nationality.