Saturday, September 26, 2020

Partner promotion for Spalding commercial property Solicitor

A commercial property Solicitor at a Lincolnshire firm has been promoted to Partner in Charge.

Rebecca Inglis heads up a team of 16 at Chattertons Solicitors & Wealth Management’s office in Spalding, the town where she grew-up and attended school.

She is responsible for staff welfare as well as advising on problem files and is the link between the board of directors and staff in the office in Broad Street. 

Rebecca deals with all types of Commercial Property matters, including the sale and purchase of Freehold property, new leases and the assignment of leases, acting for management companies and dealing with secured finance.

She is also Deputy Clerk of the Spalding Town Husbands Charity and the Spalding Relief in Need Charity which own and manage 71 Almshouses in the local area and make grants to individuals upon application via the CAB.

The former Spalding High School pupil said: “I grew up here and attended the local High School before studying law at Nottingham Trent University.

“I wanted to return to Spalding as soon as I could and was delighted to return to Chattertons to complete my training in 2016. It’s a great place to live and I’m surrounded by family and friends.

“Over the years I have worked in almost every office within Chattertons, and I’m delighted to be made Partner in Charge at a company committed to modernisation and that constantly strives to provide the best service possible for clients.

“As well as agricultural ties, Spalding has a thriving high street with many independent shops. I would urge shop owners to consider reviewing or renewing their leases if they haven’t done so, as it is very easy to get caught out.

“There has also been significant growth in the technology and food industries locally, and I am also looking forward to continuing to work with larger companies in order to ensure that they continue to be successful.”

Laura Collins of the residential conveyancing team at Spalding has also been promoted – to Associate Conveyancing Executive. Rebecca Coombes also recently joined the residential team at Spalding, working alongside Laura, offering clients her expertise in new build and leasehold transactions.

Chattertons Solicitors & Wealth Management has offices in Boston, Bourne, Grantham, Horncastle, Lincoln, London, Newark, Sleaford, Spalding and Stamford.

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