Sunday, May 19, 2024

Commercial property team welcomes new Partner

Sills & Betteridge LLP, a regional law firm offering a wide range of corporate and commercial services, have appointed Partner Wendy Martin to its team.

Primarily based at the firm’s Marshalls Yard, Gainsborough and Hallgate, Doncaster offices, Wendy will handle the commercial property matters for a growing number of clients in the North Lincolnshire – South Yorkshire area.

Wendy has practiced exclusively in commercial property since qualifying as a solicitor in 1997. She has extensive experience in acting for a wide range of clients including small independent business owners, SMEs, larger national companies, investors and pension schemes, advising on new leases, assignments, licences, and freehold and leasehold sales and purchases for occupiers and investors.

Wendy said: “It is great to join Sills & Betteridge at such an exciting time of growth and I look forward to working with the existing team to further grow the firm’s commercial property offering in the area.”

Head of Department Malachy McGill said: “Wendy’s appointment is a very positive development for the team. She is a highly-rated property specialist with a strong background and we are confident that she will play a key part in our plans to build our commercial profile across the north of our region.”

Sills & Betteridge now has 18 offices across Lincolnshire, Yorkshire and the East Midlands employing over 400 people. The firm acquired Nottingham-headquartered Campions Solicitors in March 2024 and looks forward to relocating to larger premises in Sheffield, Northampton and Sleaford later this year.

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