Leading South East law firm Furley Page has appointed a Partner with more than 20 years’ experience in commercial and agricultural property matters to its highly-regarded Commercial Property team.
Sarah Webster joined the firm this month after almost nine years as Partner and Head of Agriculture at another leading Kent law firm.
She becomes the second Partner in the firm’s eight-strong Commercial Property team and will work alongside managing partner and head of Real Estate, Jeremy Licence, to offer advice on a full range of commercial property matters, including sales, purchases, leases and leasehold management.
She will serve as the new Head of the firm’s Agriculture and Rural Business team, which is recognised for its expertise by independent legal guides, The Legal 500 and Chambers UK. Sarah has also featured in both guides for her knowledge in the agriculture and rural sector for a number of years.
As agricultural businesses seek to diversify their operations, Sarah’s experience in commercial property and real estate enables her to provide rounded property advice to any modern agricultural and rural business.
Sarah has also acted for businesses in many other sectors, most notably, waste management and renewable energy companies on property-related matters, including the acquisition of sites and the use of restored landfill sites as translocator sites for strategic development projects, almshouse charities with significant property interests, and pension funds looking to acquire or lease property.
Jeremy Licence, managing partner at Furley Page, said: “We are delighted to welcome Sarah to the firm. She has vast experience acting for clients across Kent and Sussex and her appointment greatly strengthens both our Real Estate and Agriculture and Rural business teams, ensuring we can continue to serve our clients by providing legal advice of the highest calibre.
“Her wide-ranging expertise across a number of practice areas will be of huge benefit to our clients on all matters relating to commercial property and real estate, agriculture and rural business activities, and I very much look forward to working with her.”
Furley Page’s Real Estate team are expert in all aspects of commercial and agricultural property matters. With offices in Canterbury, Whitstable and Chatham, the firm has in-depth experience of all areas of the property market across Kent, the South East and wider UK.
For more information about Furley Page’s Commercial Property, Agriculture and Rural Business services, call 01227 763939 or email Sarah Webster at firstname.lastname@example.org