Commercial & Agricultural Property Pembroke

The legal team at Redkite Solicitors provides comprehensive legal advice and guidance on a wide range of business and agricultural property-related concerns. Those who have a business interest in commercial property, whether they rent it out to other firms or run their own business out of it, should get legal advice on its use, sale, and development from us.

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For those who possess or plan to own agricultural land, we offer the same high-quality advisory service. Agricultural property, like commercial property, is a broad word that covers things like agriculture forests, wetlands, and gardens. Similarly, commercial property might contain land that is used for a variety of purposes.

Redkite Solicitors Pembroke will guide you through the frequently complex regulations that regulate the use, purchase, and development of real estate. We provide a full legal service and manage all commercial and agricultural land requirements.

Call us on 01646 683 222 or fill out our online contact form to discuss your present requirements or learn more about the legal services we provide.

What our clients say

I was very pleased with the courtesy of the ladies who attended to my requests and particularly so at the time when I had my accident – they were extremely helpful.

Paul James' support has been invaluable in effectively progressing key contractual requirements. His knowledge and expertise in contract and procurement matters is exceptional. Would not hesitate to engage Paul's services again in future should the requirement and opportunity arise.” (dated March 2017).

The reason I used Redkite is that most solicitors don’t have the area of expertise that I required.

Redkite have provided assistance through several particularly difficult issues. Their advice has been professional, thorough and specifically tailoured to the needs of our business. The staff are approachable, knowledgeable and realistic in the advice they provide.

Redkite were recommended to me and I would do the same, fantastic service.

I have to say that everyone I have come into contact with from the receptionists to the solicitors have always been excellent. The advice I have been given formally and informally has always been clear and concise which is always a weight off your mind when you are dealing with the affairs of your loved ones.

Why Should You Hire Redkite Solicitors for Commercial Real Estate?

Our legal staff at Redkite understands the economic problems that many firms confront, and will approach contractual concerns with a realistic approach. This typically boils down to understanding your company’s unique selling proposition (USP). It is critical to have a specialist commercial property law team. In your business operations, you will have legal experts that are informed and experienced. Every step of the journey, we’ll be there for you.

Our legal team provides accurate counsel to guarantee that you receive up-to-date, practical business advice that complies with current legislation and regulatory developments. We’ve built long-term relationships with our clients because we strike the appropriate combination of professional and technical expertise to provide value to their operations. This will include advice on where to buy a business property and where not to buy one. For a developing firm, we consider the length of the agreement that you may enter into. It is entirely dependent on your needs. Our commercial property services at Redkite Solicitors in Pembroke will be carefully customised to meet your specific needs.

What can our commercial property lawyers do for you?

Our knowledgeable team of commercial property experts will assist you with the following services:

  • Leases; negotiating and drafting
  • Developments
  • Planning
  • Agricultural land


Our specialists are capable of handling a variety of tasks, including difficult contract negotiations, lease drafting, lease transfers, lease termination, and lease disputes. They pay close attention to the smallest details to ensure that you understand the risks and potential responsibilities involved.

Attention to Detail

Attention to detail is crucial, as is ensuring that you have a thorough grasp of the hazards and risks involved. A well-written contract will help both the landlord and the occupier to establish a positive professional relationship from the start.

Our leasing services include the following:

  • Complex lease negotiations
  • Lease drafting
  • Lease assignments
  • Lease surrenders
  • Disputes over leases


From current property investors and renters to new landowners and governmental entities, our customers benefit from an experienced property team that offers guidance on a number of topics.

We also assist developers in making sensible and strategic decisions targeted at boosting productivity and returns for investors by having a thorough grasp of the commercial context that influences property acquisitions.

Every facet of this field of legislation is covered by our development advice:

  • Purchase, acquisition and disposal of land for commercial use
  • Sale and lease of commercial property developments
  • Investment advice and property finance
  • Planning permission
  • Portfolio management
  • Licensing


We have a great degree of expertise at Redkite Solicitors, which comes with a successful track record and the capacity to deal with all aspects of commercial planning.

Challenging Planning Authority Decisions

Working together with local planning professionals, we will assist you in challenging local planning authority decisions.

You must also sign a planning agreement with the local planning authority if you are a developer (often referred to as an agreement under section 106). Our aid will be required to ensure that you understand the terms of these contracts.

We can assist you with every aspect of the planning process, including:

  • Planning Authority negotiations
  • Agreement and project negotiations, e.g. highways agreements and energy projects
  • Compulsory purchase acquisitions
  • Judicial Review Proceedings
  • Advice on listed buildings
  • Enforcement action advice

Agricultural Land

The agriculture industry is now operating in a highly regulated environment. As a result, everyone who runs an agricultural business would benefit greatly from our expertise; we can guide you through a complex legal maze with ease.

Don’t make a decision until you’ve spoken with a professional

The regulation is complicated and sophisticated if you are a landlord or an investment. Do not make any decisions until you have received competent legal advice from one of our experienced solicitors.

We can also assist you acquire or sell land because of our business experience. We realise the difficulties you may have while dealing with a wide range of connected concerns.

In the agriculture industry, we have experience in the following areas:

  • Agricultural Holdings Tenancies
  • Farm Business Tenancies
  • Sale and purchase of farms and agricultural land
  • Equine law
  • Single Payment Scheme
  • Milk Quota
  • Environmental law

Commercial Property FAQs

Who is responsible for commercial property repairs and maintenance?


The landlord and the occupier who leases a business property will both have specific duties. This might include yearly health and safety inspections, such as gas and electrical equipment, to verify that the premises are secured by the business owner. Most commercial landlords will delegate responsibility for maintaining and repairing the property to their tenants, while agreeing to handle any structural improvements that are necessary. This isn't always the case, and the conditions of the business lease will decide who is responsible for upkeep and restoration of the property.

Is it possible to appeal a decision on a planning permit?


You have the right to appeal a decision that denies your request for permission. However, before filing an appeal, you should contact your local planning authority to find out exactly what aspect of your application was rejected and whether such items may be altered to get planning clearance. You have the right to appeal a decision denying your request for permission. However, before filing an appeal, you should contact your local planning authority to find out what part of your application was rejected and whether such items may be altered to get planning clearance.


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