Leading Surrey law firm Barlow Robbins today announces the appointment of Charlotte Brackley as a Senior Associate in the firm’s residential property team.
Charlotte specialises in rural property matters including buying and selling farms,agricultural land and country houses as well as farming tenancies, sporting leases and minerals agreements. She also has significant experience acting for banks in connection with lending to estates, high value rural and residential purchases and strategic refinancing.
She joins Barlow Robbins from Forsters LLP, where she was a Senior Associate in its Tax Trusts and Estates Departments specialising in Landed Estates and residential property matters. During her time at Forsters, she advised on high value transactions such as the acquisition and disposal of large agricultural estates and country houses,easements and covenants, single payment and agricultural tenancies. Earlier in her career, she spent nearly a decade at Withers LLP.
Charlotte joins Barlow Robbins in the midst of a period of sustained growth, most recently underscored by a series of partner promotions. These included Scott Taylor in the dispute resolution team and Sara Abou-Jaoude in the residential team.
Commenting on the appointment, Clare Andrews, Head of Residential Property at Barlow Robbins said:
"Charlotte’s breadth of experience in the sector will prove invaluable to the firm, especially as we continue to build on our residential and agricultural client offering. Charlotte’s commitment to client services meant that she was an ideal choice for Barlow Robbins, and we are thrilled to welcome her to the team.
Charlotte Brackley added:
"I am delighted to be joining Barlow Robbins’ growing and highly skilled residential team. I am looking forward to bringing to bear my expertise in the landed estates and agricultural areas of the property sector to further enhance their already first-class service."