Corporate & Agricultural Property Solicitors Whitland

Redkite Solicitors Whitland, provide professional legal advice on a wide range of business and agricultural property matters. Individuals with commercial property interests can turn to Redkite for pragmatic advice and up to date knowledge. Our team can give legal advice regarding its use, purchase, sale, and development.

Call us today on 01994 240 305 and speak to one of our experienced team members, or send us an email using our online contact form.

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Redkite Solicitors Whitland can assist you in understanding the many rules that might influence land usage, including inherited and developed land. We are the ideal legal practice to guide you on your commercial and agricultural needs.

Why Choose Redkite Solicitors for Commercial Property?

We pride ourselves on having many satisfied clients that we have assisted in the purchase, sale, leasing, and development of commercial properties. The testimonials of our clients demonstrate that we have the necessary expertise and experience in local commercial property in Wales. We understand that businesses can sometimes face commercial pressures. Redkite solicitors can resolve contractual matters and reach an outcome that works for our clients.

The majority of the time, this comes down to how well we understand your business’s unique selling point (USP). It is advantageous for you to have a Commercial Property Legal team who are fully aware and familiar with the operational activities of your business. This helps to improve our service quality and arrive at a fruitful outcome. To put it simply, we are with you all the way.

Our dedicated team of legal experts deliver professional advice and will guide you from a business standpoint, taking into account the constantly changing judgments and regulatory laws. We build long term relationships with our clients and provide a balance between our legal expertise and practical counsel that will benefit your business. We can advise on which location is the most suitable to invest in business property and to which length you should negotiate for a business lease. At Redkite Solicitors Whitland, we can adapt our services to make them suitable for all your commercial property needs.

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.

How can our Commercial Property Solicitors help you?

We have a Legal Property specialist team who can assist you with the following:

• Leases
• Developments
• Planning
• Agricultural Land

Leases-Attention to Detail

Our professionals can be relied upon to provide services in a variety of different areas. We realise the importance of having an excellent focus on the details. This is needed in making certain that you understand and are aware of any associated risks. A well-written contract enables a good professional relationship between the involved parties. In order to achieve that goal, devoting both time and resources from the start is beneficial.

Our leases include the following:

• Complex lease negotiation
• Lease drafting
• Least assignments
• Lease surrenders
• Disputes over leases


Having a Redkite property team on your side is extremely beneficial. We have an in-depth understanding of the commercial climate and how it affects land acquisitions. We assist developers on a daily basis in making well-informed and strategic decisions that can enhance productivity and investment returns.

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


Only a few law firms have the expertise, track record, and resources to cope with all of today’s planning challenges. Redkite Solicitors can assist you if you are uncertain if the Local Planning Authority wants planning approval or is taking disciplinary action.

Working with local planning professionals, we can assist you in appealing decisions made by the Local Planning Authority. If required, we will also engage with specialised planning solicitors.

We can assist you with all aspects of planning, including:

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

Agricultural Land

The agriculture industry is now heavily controlled. As a result, if you run a farm business, it is critical to have a competent team that can assist you through all of the legal issues.

Don’t make a decision without consulting a professional.

If you’re a landlord or an investor, you should be aware that the legislation governing agricultural tenancies and new leases for farm businesses can be complex and sophisticated. It is crucially important to get professional advice first, before committing to anything. We have the business expertise to help you when you purchase or sell a property.

We understand the challenges you may experience while dealing with a wide range of linked issues. 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 FAQ

Who is responsible for commercial property repairs and maintenance?


When you lease a property, both the owner and the tenant have responsibilities.

For example, the owner will need to carry out routine health and safety checks, i.e. on gas and electrical equipment to make sure that premises are secure. Many commercial owners would also give responsibilities to the tenant to maintain the property to a certain standard while giving assurance that any required structural changes will be managed. On the other hand, this may not always be the case. The commercial lease conditions will identify who is in charge of the property’s maintenance and repairs.

Discussing this with the landlord before you commit to the commercial contract is very important to gain a better understanding of your responsibilities.

Is it possible to challenge a planning permit decision?


If you have applied for planning permission and it has been rejected, you can choose to appeal the ruling. However, getting in touch with the Local Planning Authority before you file the appeal is recommended to find out the elements of the proposed that caused its rejection and whether or not certain sections could be altered to get planning permission.

We suggest getting professional advice from our Legal team to help you when you appeal the decision. We will assess your situation and help redraft the application. Working with Local Planning Consultants (and Specialist Planning Consultants if necessary), we can help challenge the rulings of the Local Planning Authority and discuss the conditions of a consent arrangement when it has been approved.


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