Andrew Querelle > Spratt Endicott > Banbury, England > Lawyer Profile

Spratt Endicott
52-54 THE GREEN
SOUTH BAR STREET
BANBURY
OX16 9AB
England

Work Department

Commercial Property

Position

Andrew is a Director in Spratt Endicott’s commercial property department. He carries out a broad range of work with a focus on commercial development and corporate occupiers. He represents, among others, an international automotive group and has acquired a number of sites for development by it as car dealership showrooms. He also has secured lending experience having acted for various banks and, in particular, one taking charges over agricultural land and farming estates.

Career

Blaser Mills 2000-2002 – Trainee Solicitor

Howard Kennedy 2002-2006 – Solicitor

Shoosmiths 2006-2011 – Associate

Blake Morgan (previously Blake Lapthorn) 2011-2016

Spratt Endicott 2016-Present – Associate

Languages

English

Education

University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne; College of Law Chester

BA : Classical Studies (University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne) 1997

Common Professional Exam (College of Law Chester) 1998

Legal Practice Course (College of Law Chester) 1999

Leisure

Mountain Biking and Boxing.

Lawyer Rankings

South East > Real estate > Commercial property: Thames Valley, Berks, Oxon, M4/M40

Aside from expertise in strategic land transactions, commercial landlord and tenant laws as well as development, and property financing and disputes, Spratt Endicott additionally handles specialized matters such as non-contentious construction and agricultural property. Andrew Woods heads the practice and assists clients on complex and strategic high-value cases. His team includes Andrew Querelle, who represents both developers and owner-occupiers in commercial development transactions and is a specialist in automotive retail space. Further recommended comes associate Emma Daniels, for her expertise in investment acquisitions, commercial and residential developments, and landlord and tenant matters.