Lanyon Bowdler has welcomed two new team members to its commercial and agricultural property team in the Oswestry office.
Charlotte Hammersley joined the firm at the start of March, bringing over 30 years experience in both private
Charlotte has worked for some of the largest law firms in the UK and brings significant additional strength and depth to the team in both commercial and agricultural property.
Charlotte is returning to her roots to live in Shropshire, and as a member of a local farming family, she holds a particular interest in agriculture and is a longstanding member of the Country Landowners Association.
Charlotte will join the well-established team in Oswestry, working alongside long-serving partner Alan Gittins, who has been with the firm and its predecessor firms, since 1976, associate Tania McGee who joined in January 2018, lives just outside Oswestry and has 20 years experience across both commercial and agricultural property, and Partner Edward Nutting who joined in April 2018 bringing 11 years experience in commercial and agricultural property.
In addition to Charlotte, the team will benefit in May from the addition of Llinos Roberts, a newly qualified solicitor specialising in
2019 also sees the departure of two
Managing Partner Brian Evans said both Ian and Emma would finish with the firm at the end of April with the best wishes and gratitude of both Lanyon Bowdler and their loyal and long-standing client base.
“I would like to thank Ian and Emma for their hard work over the years and wish them well,” he said.
“They are extremely dedicated lawyers who have always given
“We are delighted to have been able to build on the recruitment of Tania McGee and Edward Nutting last year with the addition of Charlotte Hammersley and Llinos Roberts in coming months to ensure our clients can continue to trust us to deliver the highest standard of legal services they have come to expect and indeed enable us to deal with the ongoing growth in demand for our commercial and agricultural property services.”