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Specialist property advice for the transport sector

Wrigleys has a proven pedigree from delivering property advice to the transport industry for over a decade.

As well as acting for several major Train Operating Companies and one of the country's largest bus operators, Wrigleys also advise on bespoke work for community and heritage transport organisations.

Diverse Legal Advice for Transport and Railway Property

As part of our range of services we provide advice on issues including:

  • Retail property letting and licensing.
  • Property portfolios e.g. leasing of headquarters.
  • Franchise leasing.
  • Lease and licence renewals.
  • Major station and retail redevelopment projects.

We offer appropriate work on a fixed fee basis to help our clients control legal budgets.

The key to our long-term success in this sector is our experienced, strong and stable team who provide pragmatic solutions to clients’ property issues in this specialised area.

"At Wrigleys, property lawyers Elizabeth Wilson and Rachel Meredith have ‘exceptional knowledge’ of the legal framework surrounding the rail industry."

- Legal 500

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Elizabeth Wilson

Direct Line: 0113 204 5721

Partner
Leeds

Meet the team

10 Oct 2018

School and nursery staff no longer have to disclose association with sex offenders

The disqualification by association rules no longer apply to those working in schools and nurseries.

25 Sep 2018

Could you maximise income through hiring out school property?

We look at an example of utilising school land and property, and how the school and academy trust should act.

24 Sep 2018

**HMRC UPDATE** Trust Registration Service - September 2018

HMRC has further updated its guidance on compliance with the legislation of the registration of trusts which had tax liability.