Graham Green

Consultant

Commercial Property


Graham Green

Consultant , Commercial Property

As of 19th December 2018, Graham Green officially retired from Fraser Brown. Please contact Anthony Ogley, Head of Commercial Property and he will help with your query.
Should you require further assistance, please email info@fraserbrown.com or call 0115 988 8777.

Graham has more than 34 years experience in law as a commercial property and real estate solicitor in Nottingham. Based at our Nottingham office, he specialises in the acquisition and disposal of a wide variety of commercial/business properties and development opportunities. Graham is now the senior partner at Fraser Brown, having been associated with the firm for more than 20 years.

Graham's areas of work include:

  • Business Leases
  • Commercial Development
  • Investment Property
  • Retail Property
  • Leisure Industry Property
  • Industrial Property

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