Anthony Ogley

Partner

Commercial Property


Anthony Ogley

Partner, Commercial Property

Anthony is an accomplished Commercial Property Solicitor with extensive experience in advising a variety of commercial clients ranging from individuals and SMEs through to Local Authorities and major PLCs.

Anthony is based in the Nottingham office and specialises in:

  • development site acquisitions for property developers (for residential, commercial or mixed use development)
  • conditional contracts, overage agreements, option agreements, pre-emption agreements, development agreements (forward funding agreements, forward purchase agreements and pre-let agreements) and land promotion agreements
  • acquisitions and disposals of both freehold and leasehold retail, office and industrial commercial properties
  • all aspects of landlord and tenant work (agreement for leases, new leases, lease assignments and licences)

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