Andrew Jackson strengthens property practice with new hire

Andrew Jackson strengthens property practice with new hire

Yorkshire law firm Andrew Jackson has appointed Sarah Parker as a senior solicitor in its property team.

Parker’s expertise across a range of property law issues, along with her knowledge of agriculture and rural affairs, will add further value to the firm’s client offering.

With several years of property experience, Parker has advised commercial clients, such as rural land owners and farmers, on a range of matters, including solar panel farm and wind turbine projects, Selion land transactions, farming partnership agreements and Agricultural Holdings Act tenancies.

Commenting on her appointment, Parker said: “Having worked for another law firm in the region, I am aware of Andrew Jackson’s excellent reputation for property work, as well as its growing recognition as being among the region’s leading providers of services to the rural farming community.” 

“I am excited to join the firm and look forward to using my experience to provide in-depth legal expertise and pragmatic advice, which is tailored to the needs of the businesses and individuals we work with.”

Geoff Phillips, partner and head of Andrew Jackson’s property team, said: “Sarah is a valuable and welcome addition to the team, strengthening the expertise and services we offer to our clients. She understands the particular complexities involved in rural land transactions and negotiations, so it’s great to have her on board and to strengthen our offer in this area.”

“We are committed to continuing to build and enhance the team with experienced individuals who are skilled across multiple disciplines in order to provide the highest standards in service and value for our clients.”

Pictured: Geoff Phillips, partner and head of property at Andrew Jackson Solicitors, with senior solicitor Sarah Parker
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