Commercial & Residential Property
BA (Hons) Business Law, City of London University
Solicitor England and Wales 1995
Sarah is a member of The Law Society England and Wales.
Sarah was appointed Managing Partner on 1st May 2014. She is responsible for the overall management of the fast growing firm and in particular oversees finance, HR, recruitment and selection, training and, on the rare occasion there is one, complaints.
Sarah is also the firm’s COLP and COFA and deputy Money Laundering Reporting Officer.
Later in 2015 Sarah will take on the role of Under Sheriff, supporting the High Sheriff of Buckinghgamshire.
Sarah is on the Buckinghamshire commitee of the CLA.
Sarah has extensive expertise in many aspects of commercial property including commercial leases, sale and purchase of all types of property, assignments and subletting, landlord’s consent, lease renewal and lease negotiation.
Sarah handles rural property and development work, acting for farmers and land owners. She advises on a full range of agricultural and property matters including acquisitions, developments and disposals of farms together with farm business tenancies, agricultural residential tenancy advice and business leases of diversified buildings.
Sarah has acted on a variety of sales and purchases ranging from starter homes requiring shared equity schemes to executive new builds and country estates of high value. She also deals with freehold and leasehold acquisitions and disposals, including remortgages, first registrations of title, tenancy agreements, deeds of variation and transfers of equity and lease extensions.
Sarah trained at Winter Taylors and qualified in 1995. After working for Hamlins in London she moved to Parrott & Coales in 2000 and became a Partner in 2002.
“Many thanks for all of your help with our house move and being so reassuring throughout. You certainly helped me to worry less.”
“The sale and purchase of properties was made very easy, simple, stress free and very fast. An excellent service. ”
“Our house move went incredibly smoothly, it almost seemed too good to be true. Thank you.”