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Furley Page Solicitors

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Canterbury, Chatham, Whitstable

Liz Brady

Work 01227 763939
Furley Page Solicitors

Work Department

Real estate.


Partner in real estate team specialising in commercial property: transactions include buying, selling, development and site assembly, options, leases; acts for wide range of corporate clients and substantial individual business clients; also acts for educational institutions; started up and takes lead in Furley Page care sector team providing legal advice and services to care sector businesses.


Trainee and 18 months as solicitor in company /commercial department Townsends, Swindon (now Thring Townsend) 1986-89; solicitor in commercial property department Nabarro 1989-2004; commercial property solicitor and head of small property department Frederic Hall, Folkestone 2004-08; commercial property solicitor Furley Page LLP 2008, partner 2011 to date. Also, for 10 years in spare time acted as external examiner for property law at BPP Law School, for the LPC (solicitors’ final examinations) and for the QLTT (Qualified Lawyers’ Transfer Test for lawyers from certain foreign jurisdictions or barristers to qualify as solicitors here).


Law Society Property Section; Kent Law Society; CRELA – Commercial Real Estate Legal Association.


The Coopers’ Company & Coborn School, Upminster and Folkestone Grammar School for Girls; University College, Cardiff (BSc (Econ.) Law and Politics); College of Law, Guildford.

South East: Real estate

Commercial property: Kent, Surrey, Sussex

Within: Commercial property: Kent, Surrey, Sussex

Furley Page Solicitors' team provides 'an excellent level of service on all aspects and is always available to offer sound advice'. It has a strong sector focus on education and healthcare, with specialisms in residential, commercial, mixed-use and student accommodation developments, as well as landlord and tenant issues and lending matters. Practice head Jeremy Licence is well-regarded. Andrew Gough and Liz Brady, who 'has a good in-depth knowledge of property law that is conveyed in a client-friendly way', are other key names.

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