By way of an introduction, the Green Belt policy was established in 1955 with the primary aim of preventing urban sprawl. There are now 14 separate areas of Green Belt with a coverage totalling approximately 13% of England.
Michael qualified as a solicitor in 1970 and joined Holmes & Hills as a partner in 2000. He now works as a consultant to the Commercial Property Team on matters such as complicated conditional sales contracts, complicated options, site assembly, finance agreements, cooperation agreements, joint venture agreements relating to both commercial and residential property.
As well as these Michael also specialises in foreshore work, where individuals or companies wish to exercise ownership rights or easements over foreshore.
In addition to his experience, Michael recognises the urgency often required when dealing with commercial property matters and holds clients’ needs as paramount, tailoring his services to client’s requirements and meeting with them at their convenience. Michael is also recognised by the Legal 500 for his expertise.
Michael is based at Holmes & Hills solicitors in Braintree.
"We have utilised the services of Michael Wright and David Whipps for many years. We have been very pleased with the very professional advice of and service received from both of them and their supporting colleagues."
This autumn, Homes & Hills planning law solicitors will once again be holding a number of planning seminars to discuss changes to planning legislation, recent legal developments and the implications of these for property, development and planning professionals.
Holmes & Hills Solicitors' 10th annual series of Planning Law Updates will be taking place in Ipswich in September.
Holmes & Hills Solicitors' 10th annual series of Planning Law Updates will be taking place in Chelmsford in October.
Holmes & Hills' Team of Planning Law solicitors will be in Colchester to present their 7th annual series of Planning Law Update.
Holmes & Hills' Team of Planning Law solicitors will be in Bury St Edmunds to present their 7th annual series of Planning Law Update.