Praveen Chaudhari > Lanyon Bowdler > Telford, England > Lawyer Profile

Lanyon Bowdler
Kendal Court
Ironmasters Way

Work Department

Head of Commercial and Agricultural Property


Head of the Commercial & Agricultural Property Department, advises on the property aspects in various commercial transactions including share and asset sales and purchases, re-organisations, shareholder agreements, joint ventures and franchising.

  • Acts in a wide range of non-contentious commercial property transactions in the Commercial & Agricultural Property Department at the Telford offices.
  • He acts for landlords, tenants and developers in all aspects of sales, acquisitions and various lease work.
  • He has dealt with a wide variety of industrial, agricultural, development and retail properties from shopping centres, industrial workshops, agricultural holdings to public houses and hotels, including properties throughout Shropshire Herefordshire and the West Midlands.

May 2022:  Took on overall responsibility for residential property as well as commercial and agriculture,  Is also responsible for strategy and commercial direction, business development, recruitment and compliance.



Trained CLB Lawyers 2003 to 2005, Assistant Solicitor Elliott & Co 2005 to 2006

Assistant Solicitor/Associat /Partner Lanyon Bowdler 2006 to present


English and Punjabi


Worcester Royal Grammar School 1987 – 1995

North Warwickshire and Hinckley College 1998 – 1999

Greenwich University (LLB Hons) 1999 – 2002

College of Law London (Legal Practice Course) 2002 – 2003

Lawyer Rankings

West Midlands > Real estate > Commercial property: elsewhere in the West Midlands

Offering a ‘very good service’, Lanyon Bowdler’s broad practice enables it to cater to a diverse array of clients under the leadership of Telford’s Praveen Chaudhari, who offers expertise in commercial property transactions, with a focus on the industrial, agricultural and retail sectors. Conwy’s Edward Nutting counts companies, business owners, private landowners and more among his client roster, while the Hereford-based Sarah Whittall specialises in commercial and agricultural property. Oswestry’s Tania McGee is considerably experienced in working on the sale and purchase of farmland. Andrew Evans retired from the practice in August 2022.