About Hugh

Hugh works closely with clients on issues including commercial leases, lease renewals, rent reviews and commercial and housing development sales and is often involved in complicated conditional contract and overage negotiations.

Hugh qualified as a solicitor in 1981 and joined Machins in 1999. He has a significant and loyal client base acting for clients on a wide range of commercial property issues regionally and nationally with particular expertise in farm and agricultural land.

Specialist practice areas

  • Buying and selling commercial properties
  • Conditional contracts, option and overage agreements
  • Residential estate development
  • Buying and selling houses and flats
  • Commercial and residential lease drafting
  • Mortgages and Remortgages
  • Tenancy agreements

Latest news by Hugh Beeley

Good Divorce Week

This week is Good Divorce Week, an annual campaign initiative by Resolution, a national organisation of family justice professionals who aim to work with families and individuals to resolve issues in a constructive way. Resolution has over 6,500 professional members The initiative’s purpose is to promote a practical and constructive approach to family problems and

Machins Solicitors recognised in Legal 500 2022 rankings

By Machins News

Machins Solicitors has achieved seven practice area recommendations in the latest edition of Legal 500 UK including one Top Tier ranking in the area of family law for the third year running. Among the areas of expertise in which the firm is regarded includes corporate and commercial, employment and family as well as dispute resolution,

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