hlw Keeble Hawson further strengthens expertise of commercial property team

2nd October 2017

hlw Keeble Hawson has further bolstered its commercial property department with the appointment of highly experienced solicitor, Simon Best, at its Leeds city centre office.

With a strong track record in acting for investors, property developers and commercial clients, Simon is skilled in acquisitions and disposals; landlord and tenant and property development matters - as well as finance and development and asset management. Based at Capitol House, Russell Street, Simon joins the 22-strong commercial property team across Yorkshire which boasts a client portfolio including Harworth Group, Coalfields Regeneration Trust and TRIB3. Recent deals include acting for high-profile Taekwondo expert, Mike McKenzie in his latest Yorkshire expansion milestone. Simon said: -I was attracted by the excellent reputation of hlw Keeble Hawson and the quality of its clients and commissions. I'm looking forward to working with talented and experienced colleagues and contributing to the ongoing success of the team. hlw Keeble Hawson head of commercial property, Richard Smith, added: -Our department is recognised as one of Yorkshire's leading property practices.Simon's depth and breadth of expertise highly complements the talents of our team which continues to be commissioned for wide-ranging deals in Yorkshire and beyond. hlw Keeble Hawson is one of Yorkshire's largest law firms with offices in Leeds, Sheffield and Doncaster.

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