Charities are subject to a number of regulatory restrictions and legal requirements when it comes to property matters.

The law not only affects charitable organisations holding property investments but there are issues affecting Charities from a purely operational perspective too.

Our specialist Charity law team is ideally placed to help and are able to draw upon planning, environment and construction experts within the wider property team to assist when required.

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