Our team recognise that plot sales transactions can often be complex, with multiple stakeholders to consider. Our advice is straightforward and draws on our extensive experience, the focus being to help you achieve your objectives.
We advise developers throughout the sale process from inception to completion, and where necessary, can step in to assist on completed developments to resolve disputes that may have arisen.
Our areas of expertise
- Dealing with all aspects of the plot sales transaction from initial instructions through to completion
- Drafting Deed of Easements - rights of way, sewers, electricity substation sites
- Part exchange purchases and subsequent resales
- Sales to Housing Associations
- Site set up for new build developments to include
- Assisting clients with initial formation of Management Companies
- Assisting clients with road and sewer agreements
- Drafting Contracts, Transfers and Leases for plot sales
- Liaising with Architects to ensure plans are Land Registry compliant
- Liaising with lenders to ensure completion of each plot sale is dealt with according to their requirements.
- Setting up a data room so buyer’s solicitors can access all relevant information in respect of the development to facilitate a swift transaction
- Transfers and leases of substation sites
- Transfers of Public Open Spaces
A selection of our clients
Overseeing freehold plot sales within the UK’s first low carbon urban neighbourhood in Leeds.
Overseeing plot sales in connection with the conversion of a vacant listed public house into leasehold units and erection of new build houses.
David Wilson Homes
Overseeing close to 1,000 multi-tenure plot sales for 4 developers at a luxury housing development.
Overseeing plot sales on a redeveloped council estate as part of a £140 million scheme in London.
Following the land acquisition drafting all of the necessary documentation to support the sale of over 800 new build plots comprising of both freehold and leasehold.
Overseeing freehold developments over multiple sites which often involved incorporating complex service charge provisions.