Property

Consistently ranked in the top tier of both The Legal 500 and Chambers Guide to the Legal Profession, the firm's Property service is regarded as the region's leading full service property team.

It is an
established high quality, cost effective alternative to more expensive City and larger national firms.

The Property service advises on a wide variety of property issues including offices, retail outlets, developments, investment properties, warehouses, factories, houses, estates, hotels, bars, restaurants, cemeteries, mines, minerals, woodlands, moorings and sports and recreational facilities.

Expert property lawyers continue to act for a range of clients from small businesses to major UK Plc's, US, European and Asian owned multinationals, offshore companies and trusts as well as major banks and other financial institutions and private and institutional investors.

The Property service is supported by the Thames Valley's top rated Property Disputes team as well as specialist Planning and Construction teams.

The team were recently recognised by Property Week as one of the "Best Places to Work in Property 2018". In its listing, Property Week singled out Boyes Turner for praise over its onsite personal development, as well as its bonus schemes for support staff as well as for fee earners and other employee-friendly initiatives.Boyes Turner Best Places to Work in Property 2018

To find out more about our Property service please click on the relevant link in the left hand column or call now on +44 (0)118 952 7246.

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Training Workshop: Managing Stress and Building Resilience in the Workplace

05/02/2020 - "When you look after people, they will look after your business"

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Employment webinar: Employment cases in the headlines

13/02/2020 - Our February webinar focuses on recent employment cases hitting the headlines from both the UK and European courts.

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Life after Brain Injury: supporting the brain injured person and their family after diagnosis

19/03/2020 - Join Julie Marsh and Jemma Garside at the Boyes Turner offices in Reading on the 19 March for our life after brain injury training day.

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award winning law firm

Boyes Turner are proud to have received the following awards and recognition.

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