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Jonathan Attey

Email: jonathan.attey@wrigleys.co.uk

Telephone: 0113 204 5738

Office: Leeds

Department: Property and Agriculture

Position: Partner

Areas of practice:

Jonathan qualified as a solicitor in 2000 and deals in all aspects of property work for rural clients including the sale and purchase of farms and estates, agricultural tenancies, farming partnerships, residential and commercial tenancies, sporting rights, minerals and general property management work. He is involved in a wide range of diversification projects including biogas and other renewables schemes.

Jonathan is one of the few specialist practitioners in the Country routinely acting for grouse moor owners and operators.  He provides commercially sensible advice and his involvement with running a small farm gives him an immediate practical grasp of Agri-Environmental schemes and wider aspects of agricultural businesses.

Jonathan also deals with residential property transactions for his particular client base.  He is accredited under the Conveyancing Quality Scheme.

Testimonials:

"Jonathan Attey is obviously really experienced and helpful. I have no hesitation recommending him because he is first-class."

"has an excellent reputation and acts for some high-profile clients" and "you couldn't ask for a better fellow to work with." 

Chambers and Partners


"very knowledgeable and practical" and "thinks out of the box" 

"knowledgeable, personable, authoritative, good eye for detail."

Legal 500

Professional memberships:

  • Agricultural Law Association
  • Country Land and Business Association
  • Yorkshire Agricultural Society.

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