New Commercial Property Director for our Sheffield Office

3rd September 2013

Lupton Fawcett Lee & Priestley, the Leeds and Sheffield based commercial law firm, today announces that Julian Rowden, a former Partner with Taylor & Emmet LLP, has joined our team in Sheffield to head the firm's Commercial Property department.

  Julian will boost the Commercial Property Department's support to the leisure sector, including hotels, restaurants and bars, working in conjunction with the department's experts in Sheffield and Leeds in construction, retail, planning and property litigation.   Julian has more than 20 years experience in the commercial property arena dealing with major commercial transactions, many of which have changed the face of Sheffield.  He also brings with him his knowledge of the charities and not-for-profit sector and is a Director of 'Music in the Gardens' and is a summer camp leader for disadvantaged children in the Derbyshire area.   Richard Marshall, Managing Director at Lupton Fawcett Lee & Priestley, comments:  -Julian has built an enviable reputation delivering high quality services, including his specialism within the leisure sector.  I welcome Julian to our team and no doubt he will help shape our fast growing business in the Sheffield and South Yorkshire market.

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