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Lucy Beachell


Commercial Property

Professional Background:

Lucy qualified as a Solicitor in September 2020 into the Commercial Property Team following  completing her training contract with Harrison Drury. Lucy advises on a range of work types for both commercial and agricultural clients however noting Lucy’s personal background in rural and agricultural practices, Lucy has developed a focus for specialising more in rural land and agricultural transactions, in addition to non-contentious regulatory issues arising directly from such transactions with input from our Regulatory Team where required.

Having grown up in the farming and shooting community, Lucy is well connected with like minded personnel and is building up an expanding client and referral base throughout Lancashire and North and East Yorkshire.

Lucy acts for a wide range of agricultural and rural clients including partnerships, companies, individuals and land estates, and some of her experience to date in this field includes;

  • acquisitions and disposals of working farms
  • negotiating, drafting and advising on Farm Business Tenancies (FBT’s)
  • negotiating, drafting and advising on Grazing Licences
  • advising on shooting rights and licences
  • dealing with complex right of way matters (non-contentious) over both rural and agricultural land
  • dealing with farm transactions subject to agricultural restrictions
  • bare land acquisitions and disposals
  • voluntary and compulsory (non-contentious) first registrations of unregistered farmland

Lucy is passionate about forming solid working relationships with her clients and her inside knowledge of the sector in which she operates has been instrumental in assisting her to do this.

Personal Interests:

Weekends for Lucy are usually spent on either the hockey pitch with her local team, or during the shooting season, out on the shoot with her husband, their little girl and their team of gun dogs. Lucy hugely enjoys the social side of everything hockey and shooting offers and is hopeful her little girl will follow in her footsteps with a love for team sports and the great outdoors.


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