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 Moore Barlow LLP (formerly Barlow Robbins LLP), 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.