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Battens Solicitors Limited

MANSION HOUSE, PRINCES STREET, YEOVIL, BA20 1EP, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 01935 846000
Email:
Web:
www.battens.co.uk

Roger Chadwick

Tel:
Work 01225 321639
Email:
Web:
www.battens.co.uk/our-people/roger-chadwick
Battens Solicitors Limited

Work Department

Commercial Property

Position

Head of Commercial Property

Career

Roger followed an early career in banking. After deciding to make a career change and being something of an explorer, Roger took a 2 year career break to travel to some more exotic places of the world before returning to the UK in 1998 to study law. Roger qualified as a solicitor in 2002 and joined Awdry Bailey and Douglas in Devizes becoming a Partner and Head of Commercial after 6 years.  

Roger joined Battens as Head of the Commercial Property team in 2017 after previously being Head of Property at Parker Bullen in Salisbury.

Education

Roger went to Warwick University in 1982 with a degree in Economics and Politics


South West: Real estate

Commercial property: Dorset and South Wiltshire

Within: Commercial property: Dorset and South Wiltshire

Battens Solicitors Limited has substantial experience managing property portfolio matters for corporates and property investors, and also has experience in residential development. Ray Edwards has assisted an insurer with property due diligence in relation to the client’s asset and share acquisitions, while on the development side, consultant Robert Wright advised an investment company on a multimillion-pound development agreement. Additionally, consultant Anna Austin advises a house builder on ongoing property issues such as development agreements, disposals and planning and infrastructure agreements. The team also handles ongoing portfolio management issues for various property companies. Roger Chadwick is a contact in the Bath office.

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