Emma Cook > Roythornes Solicitors > Spalding, England > Lawyer Profile

Roythornes Solicitors
PE11 3YR

Work Department

Agricultural Property




Emma joined Roythornes in 2008 and trained with the firm. On qualification, she joined our well-respected Agricultural Property team where her work covers a wide range of matters including complex, high-value sales and purchases involving TUPE elements; secure tenancies and financing arrangements. In addition, she is gaining particular expertise in poultry rearing agreements and poultry FBTs, acting for both landlord and tenant.

She also has a practical working knowledge of Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) issues and how they affect agricultural land and property. She is a Fellow of the Agricultural Law Association.

Lawyer Rankings

East Midlands > Private client > Agriculture and estates

Roythornes Solicitors continues to be a key legal resource for agricultural clients across the East Midlands and further afield, such as farm businesses, estates and professional referrers. The firm acts across the country on matters such as assistance with reviews of farm and estate structures, transactions, environmental measures and more. Simeon Disley is highly experienced in the legal aspects of ownership of land adjacent to the coast line and has a niche specialism in flood defence matters. Julie Robinson has a focus on matters relating to farm succession planning post Brexit. Edd Johnson and Emma Hill are recommended, while Claire Hindmarsh recently made partner.