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Chris Myers

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Forsters LLP

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Residential property.


Partner within the residential property group . Chris deals with all aspects of residential property and specialises in acting for investors, developers, owner-occupiers the sale and purchase of large-scale property development projects in Central London working with foreign investors from mainly Asia Pacific.


Ashursts 2000-02; trained Pemberton Greenish 2002-07; qualified 2004; Forsters 2007; partner 2012.


Law Society.


Culford School, Suffolk; Keele University (1999 LLB).


Sport, travel, reading.

London: Real estate

Residential property

Within: Residential property

Forsters LLP’s ‘service and advice is exceptional’ and its ‘strong and stable’ team is ‘reliable, professional and personable’. Practice head Lucy Barber is the ‘go-to person’ in the group; she regularly acts for high-net-worth individuals and is also highly regarded for her enfranchisement expertise. The team also includes former practice head Paul Neville, who has notable expertise in landlord and tenant issues; Chris Myers, who is ‘a key asset for the group and inspires confidence in clients’; and Helen Marsh, who focuses on the sale and purchase of high-value freehold and leasehold properties. The team works closely with the firm’s private client practice, where Penny Elliott and Andrew Lane are the names to note.

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