Commercial property specialist appointed by law firm
By Grimsby Telegraph | Posted: 5 Mar 2018
LEGAL property specialist Amy Harrison has joined the Louth office of Wilkin Chapman, where she is looking forward to supporting the market town’s successful future.
A Louth resident, she is full of praise for the town and its ability to develop an eclectic mix of retail and business offerings – combining tradition with the modern-day.
Based at the Cornmarket office, Amy is working with partner Nikki Hawkins and the team to support the commercial property market across the Wolds.
“I continue to be very impressed by the development in all our market towns and how they are becoming increasingly popular,” said Amy.
“When you walk around Louth at busy times it has a vibrancy about it with a real blend of old and new – the smaller independents mix well with the larger businesses and that is how things should be,” said Amy.
From the Gainsborough area, she attended the town’s grammar school, before embarking on a degree in English Literature at the University of Leicester. While there, careers research threw up law as a perfect choice, working in retail to fund her further studies in Leeds and York.
“It was hard work, but enjoyable and certainly worth it when I look at how I am now progressing,” said Amy.
Following a traineeship and further experience in commercial property law, she joined the Wilkin Chapman team.
Claire Parker, partner and head of the Wolds offices, said: “I take great pleasure in welcoming Amy to the firm. She brings with her an abundance of experience and enthusiasm and her passion for the local community will stand her in good stead as she continues to develop her client base. With growth expected in the commercial property sector, and it being one of our key sectors, the addition to our well- established team will help us to continue to deliver excellent client service levels.”
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