Holmes & Hills Solicitors is pleased to announce another addition to its Commercial Property Department - George French, a commercial property solicitor further bolstering the firm’s service offering to property investors, landowners, and businesses across East Anglia. George joins the Department as a member of its specialist Land and Development Division. George’s arrival follows the recent recruitment in April of Associate, Chris Milner, who, as a specialist in advising landowners and developers, is also a member of Holmes & Hills’ Commercial Property Departments’ specialist Land and Development Division.
Following George’s arrival, Holmes & Hills Commercial Property Department comprises 11 solicitors, with its specialist Land and Development Division comprising five solicitors.
Holmes & Hills has expanded its Commercial Property Department and in particular, its Land and Development Division, to allow the firm to service its growing client base of property investors, business owners, developers, and landowners.
Commenting on his joining the Commercial Property Department and inclusion in its specialist Land and Development Division, George said:
“I am delighted to join the Holmes & Hills team, I look forward to working alongside and learning from Rebecca Mason and the team. I am pleased to be a part of Holmes & Hills’ growth journey and making Holmes & Hills the ‘go-to’ for legal advice in regard to land and development projects in East Anglia.”
Experienced and specialising in commercial property matters, George advises and represents business owners and commercial property investors on the full range of commercial property matters, including:
In addition, as a member of the Land and Development Division, George acts for developers in the acquisition of smaller parcels of land for development, as well as assisting senior members of the Land and Development Division on more complex matters such as development agreements and acquisition of larger development sites.
George prides himself on establishing his client’s end objectives and aims to deliver pragmatic and commercial advice to assist his clients in achieving these objectives. and then deliver the necessary advice in the most practical and time-efficient manner possible.
Commenting on the recruitment of George French, Rebecca Mason, Partner, said:
“I am delighted to have George on board with us so we can continue to provide specialist advice and guidance to our growing client base of land promoters, developers, and landowners. I am very proud to see how the Commercial Property Department and our specialist Land and Development Division at Holmes & Hills, has grown since 2020 and continues to do so.”
George is among a number of experienced lawyers who have joined Holmes & Hills since the opening of its regional head office, the A12 Commercial Hub in Colchester (Marks Tey) in 2020. The firm continues to grow still, recruiting for a large number of vacancies at the time of writing. Click here for details of live vacancies.