I specialise in rural property matters including buying and selling farms, agricultural land and country houses as well as farming tenancies, sporting leases and minerals agreements. I also act for banks in connection with lending to estates, high value rural and residential purchases and strategic refinancing.
I offer clients straightforward advice to assist them in protecting and promoting their land assets, as well as advising on the more quirky questions that arise on rural estates.
I read law at Bristol and then attended the College of Law in Guildford. Prior to joining Barlow Robbins, I was part of the top-ranked rural property teams at Withers LLP (9 years) and then Forsters LLP (7 years).
The Legal 500 2018 lists me as: ‘… and ‘exceptionally brilliant’ senior associate Charlotte Brackley ‘particularly good at dealing with all agricultural and rural conveyancing issues’.’
I am a member of Agricultural Law Association and the CLA.
I grew up in Woking and after a brief stint in London returned in 2009 with my young family. I am currently training for the Surrey Half.
- Demise of 'no fault' evictions and its impact on rural landlords : Charlotte Brackley | 18 November 2019 | Rural Property
Could a 'new deal for renting' mean a bad deal for rural landlords given the demise of the so-called 'no fault' evictions for tenants? Charlotte Brackley and Gemma Richards explore the possibilities and give useful guidance to landlords in this article, Demise of 'no fault' evictions and its impact on rural landlords in Farming UK. Download
- The price of property: charting the evolution of stamp duty | 27 August 2019 | Town & Country
Charlotte Brackley looks back at the changes that have impacted stampduty since its introduction. This article in Estate Agent Today is especially important as we anticipate further changes to Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) in the Autumn budget. Download