Graeme qualified as a solicitor in 2007 after completing his LPC at the University of Central Lancashire. Before joining Farleys in March 2018, Graeme was the head of the conveyancing department at a firm in Blackpool.
Based at our Preston office, Graeme deals with all types of residential conveyancing including property purchases, sales, transfers, and re-mortgages. Graeme’s expertise lies with the more unusual residential transactions such as new builds, apartments and listed buildings.
He has previously worked with a number of interesting properties around England including a 16th Century farmhouse at which Charles I reputedly stayed between battles during the English Civil War; an Arts & Crafts cottage in the Cotswolds; an 18th Century country manor in Cheshire; and an apartment overlooking Tower Bridge to name but a few.
Graeme also deals with licensing matters including applications for Premises Licenses, Personal Licenses and Temporary Events Notices, as well as license reviews and variations on behalf of businesses and individuals.
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