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Ware & Kay welcomes new Commercial Property Specialist

Yorkshire Law firm Ware & Kay has appointed Susan Poole, an experienced Commercial Property Solicitor to its rapidly expanding Commercial Department.  Her appointment is a further addition to the firm’s expertise in this sector.

Susan will specialise in all aspects of commercial property matters.  This will include acting for clients who wish to buy and sell commercial properties and businesses, portfolio management, lease preparation and negotiation, secured lending and refinancing, business asset sales and purchases and real estate development.  Susan has a demonstrated history of working in both private practice and industry in England and Bermuda.

Originally from Leeds, Susan arrives at Ware & Kay with over 30 years’ experience in Commercial Property Law.  She studied at the Guildford College of Law before qualifying as a Solicitor in 1986 and starting her career in London.  Susan is a strong legal professional with a finance based MBA from Leeds University.  With a breadth of experience across the full commercial property spectrum Susan has represented a number of high profile clients and is extremely well-regarded.  Susan will be based at the Wetherby office but will also meet clients at the York office when required.

Susan Poole said: “Ware & Kay has an enviable reputation in the commercial property sector.  It has a strong client base, which is growing all the time and I look forward to being a key part of the team.”

Ware & Kay’s Director, Michael Peach added: “We are delighted to welcome Susan to the team as we continue to expand. She brings with her a wealth of experience and insight into her individual specialist area and I am looking forward to working with her on a range of new projects for our clients.”

Ware & Kay are at the forefront of the legal market with 5 Directors and 90 staff based in York, Wetherby & Malton.  Visiting clients will get the benefit of free on-site car parking and all offices are equipped with private meeting rooms with the latest Government Safety Guidelines being followed to protect staff and clients.