Sally Whatley-Brown > Greene & Greene > Bury St Edmunds, England > Lawyer Profile

Greene & Greene
IP33 1QB

Work Department



Senior Associate


Sally joined Greene & Greene in April 2021 having qualified as a solicitor in 2003.  She has broad experience in all aspects of commercial property, having trained with and worked for DAC Beachcroft LLP in their Manchester, Leeds and Bristol offices before moving in-house to work for a large SIPP provider in East Anglia. More recently Sally has broadened her expertise, working in the public sector before returning to local private practice.

Sally handles a diverse caseload and works with individuals, corporate bodies, trusts and public sector organisations on all aspects of commercial property transactions, from acquisitions and disposals, development, option, promotion and overage agreements to leases and licences and adverse possession claims.  Sally is organised, efficient and commercially minded and always focused on the needs of her clients and their individual requirements.

Recent experience includes the letting of regional office and retail space, auction sales and purchases, statutory development agreements and the lease renewal of large ex public sector housing stock.

Lawyer Rankings

East Anglia > Real estate > Commercial property: elsewhere in East Anglia

Greene & Greene in Bury St Edmunds provides ‘clear, concise and prompt advice‘ and clients remark that the firm is ‘very efficient, friendly and willing to help in whatever way possible‘. Practice head Tim Mendes da Costa‘s work includes acting for a FTSE-listed company in its purchase of a prime development site for its new HQ at Suffolk Business Park. The ‘thorough, conscious and practicalHugo Greer-Walker handles both transaction work and landlord/tenant matters. He advised Viscountess Marcia Blakenham and The Honourable Caspar Hare on the sale of part of the Blakenham Estate. Sally Whatley-Brown who joined from Atkins Dellow LLP is recommended for high-value sales and lease transactions. Associate Julia Cardy is experienced in acting for owners and occupiers of commercial premises. Neil Grigg left to become a private property consultant.