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Harrison Drury supports RSPCA to open new Lancashire shop

Harrison Drury has been appointed by the RSPCA Preston and District branch to help expand its local offering by securing a lease for a new high street shop in Lancashire.…


New tenants secured for commercial properties near Preston

Two commercial properties near Preston that were purchased last year by a North West-based property investor have secured new tenants. Units 1-4 Charnley Fold Lane in Bamber Bridge was acquired…


Senior solicitor strengthens commercial property team

Harrison Drury has strengthened its commercial property team with the appointment of senior associate solicitor Sam Jones. Sam joins the team from Freeths LLP, where he spent a year working…


Leisure sector team helps Ed and Laura secure lease for 18th century Ribble Valley pub

An historic Ribble Valley pub is looking forward to a bright future after gaining new landlords, with help from Harrison Drury’s leisure and licensing team. Ed and Laura Ashton have…


Experienced solicitor joins Harrison Drury’s commercial property team

Harrison Drury has further strengthened its commercial property team with the appointment of experienced property solicitor Lois Parker. Lois brings a wealth of experience to the firm having spent over…


Harrison Drury supports logistics firm’s £12m HQ purchase

Harrison Drury’s commercial property team has advised longstanding client FDC Holdings on the multi-million-pound purchase of its headquarters building – a deal which gives the logistics specialist greater control over…


Government seeks feedback on plans for a new ‘use class’ for short-term lets

On April 12, 2023, the government published a consultation to introduce a separate use class for short-term lets and associated permitted development rights in England. Amanda Marwood and Zakira Vika…


Sale of St Annes buildings supports town’s regeneration masterplan

The commercial property team at Harrison Drury has advised on the sale of two council-owned buildings in St Annes that will support the town’s ambitious regeneration strategy. The firm has…


Fish farm targets Yorkshire expansion after securing 15-year lease with Environment Agency

One of the oldest fish farms in the UK has expanded with a third site after securing a 15-year lease with the Environment Agency. The lease has enabled Costa Spring…


An outline of the Leasehold Reform (Ground Rent) Act 2022

Over recent years there has been negative press surrounding the payment and review of ground rents charged on residential leasehold properties. This has led to reform in this area. Associate…


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