Director of Commercial Property
Mobile contact number: 07739 325484
Julian Pyrke is a Director and Head of Commercial Property.
With over 29 years’ experience, Julian specialises in helping commercial landlords and tenants with a wide range of property matters. He is highly regarded by clients for his breadth of knowledge, expertise and ability to find pragmatic and commercial solutions to challenging legal issues.
Working with national and international clients on all aspects of Commercial Property, Julian regularly advises on property acquisitions and disposals, portfolio management and commercial leases. In addition, Julian has in-depth knowledge of working with Self Invest Pensions and their specific property needs.
Julian and his team have long standing relationships with a number of banks, and therefore deal successfully with secured lending.
Julian has acted for a number of household names and Plc’s including Wolseley Centers (Plumb Center, Builder Center), Superdry, Pure Gym, Papa John’s as well as a number of national and regional companies.
“It is reassuring to know that Julian and his team at Gregg Latchams has a great understanding of my property portfolio and are on the other end of the phone able to provide quick and pragmatic property advice when required.”
“I am delighted with the fast turnaround and both Julian Pyrke and Paul Hardman who kept the transaction on track and ensured that matters progressed quickly and smoothly. The sale has now meant I am able to concentrate fully on my other business ventures.”
“Having first been recommended to use GL back in 2009, we rapidly found them not only professional but personable in their approach, using them initially for their services involving a complex employee dispute. Thereafter, we have employed them for HR advice along with all our property matters, it was therefore a natural choice to ask them to represent us in the merger with Grant & Stone. Again, they were able to guide us through what at first is a daunting process to achieve a highly satisfying outcome.”
Insight from Julian
Commercial property & family businesses
What is covenant strength of a tenant?
Commercial property wear and tear – what's fair?
Problems with a short-term commercial property lease
Selling or letting commercial property – preparation is key
Rent reviews – the only way is up
Homes into Short-Term Lets – The importance of checking the small print
Leasehold Heads of Terms - Just How Hard Can They Be?
Practicalities & pitfalls of sharing business premises
Can I use a commercial lease template from the internet?
Commercial lease renewals – twist or stick?
Commercial Property - understanding break clauses