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Nelsons Solicitors Limited

STERNE HOUSE, LODGE LANE, DERBY, DE1 3WD, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 01332 372372
Fax:
Fax 01332 365715
DX:
700889 DERBY 4
Email:
Web:
www.nelsonslaw.co.uk

Martin Jinks

Tel:
Work 01332 378 691
Email:
Web:
www.nelsonslaw.co.uk/people/martin-jinks/
Nelsons Solicitors Limited

Work Department

Commercial Property

Position

Partner & Notary Public. Areas of expertise include commercial property and development; site acquisition and development; and in-house notary.

Career

Previously Senior Partner at Bakewells Solicitors; Joined Nelsons 2013.

Member

Notary since 1990; Chair of LawNet Commercial Property Unit 1990 - 2013.

Education

Manchester University; Chester Law College.

Leisure

Squash; Running; Walking; Derby County Football Fan.


East Midlands: Projects, energy and natural resources

Private finance initiative (PFI)

Within: Private finance initiative (PFI)

Nelsons Solicitors Limited's mainstays are commercial contract and commercial property work, with recently promoted partner Harpreet Sandhu and Martin Jinks the key practitioners. Recent work includes advice in relation to the operation of power plants, transactional work, and a significant number of litigation instructions.

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East Midlands: Real estate

Commercial property: Nottingham and Derby

Within: Commercial property: Nottingham and Derby

Nelsons Solicitors Limited’s core areas include banking and property finance, property instructions in the healthcare sector and residential development. It is also active in office and retail matters, including refinancings, acquisitions of industrial property and landlord and tenant work. Recent highlights include advising Fairgrove Homes and Redrow Homes East Midlands on residential development matters. Practice head Riaz Dudhia and Martin Jinks are the main advisers. Other clients include Cambridge & Counties Bank and Giant UK.

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East Midlands: TMT (technology, media and telecoms)

Sport

Within: Sport

Nelsons Solicitors Limited is ‘excellent in every way’ and assists regional companies in the sports sector with corporate, commercial, employment and commercial property matters. With the promotion of Leicester’s Harpreet Sandhu to partner, the team around Nottingham-based practice head Duncan Taylor has bolstered its commercial, intellectual property and IT expertise. Other key advisers are the ‘knowledgeable’ and ‘methodicalMartin Jinks in Derby and Andy Jamieson in Nottingham. Chesterfield Panthers Rugby Union Football Club mandated the firm to advise on the lease of a piece of land adjacent to the Club’s rugby pitch.

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