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Leeds: 0113 244 6100

Sheffield: 0114 267 5588

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Wrigleys' specialists in property law

Wrigleys' Property Team advises across the board, with strong sector expertise developed within the firm’s niche practice areas.

Cross-sector property expertise

Wrigleys have substantial property portfolios for rural landowners, commercial investors, the rail and transport industry and pension schemes.

Our team specialise in:

  • Rural property and agricultural law;

  • Charity, ecclesiastical and heritage property;

  • Schools property across all sectors; notably independent schools and academies;

  • Development work, in particular for Co-housing schemes and Community Land Trusts;

  • Energy and renewable schemes; and

  • Entrepreneurs, small businesses and residential transactions (including equity release).

For further information, please do not hesitate to get in touch.

"Wrigleys’ ‘exceptional’ team is led by Jonathan Attey and includes Angus Hunter-Smart and consultant David Wightman. Its expertise includes rural development schemes, property transactions, minerals’ extraction and other non-contentious matters."

- Legal 500


"At Wrigleys, property lawyers Elizabeth Wilson and Rachel Meredith have ‘exceptional knowledge’ of the legal framework surrounding the rail industry."

- Legal 500

Paul Nash View Biography

Paul Nash

Direct Line: 0113 204 5707

Managing Partner
Leeds

Meet the team

18 Mar 2019

Schools and the provision of affordable housing

Assessing the implications of an absence of affordable housing for teachers, and considering how schools' surplus land could provide solutions.

15 Mar 2019

Can a failure to provide rest breaks under Working Time Regulations lead to personal injury damages?

Employers who refuse rest breaks may be liable for personal injury caused by the lack of breaks

12 Mar 2019

Teacher's suspension was not in breach of contract

Court of Appeal: employer had reasonable and proper cause to suspend pending investigation of allegations of unreasonable force against children