Edward qualified as a solicitor in 2014 after two years of training at the firm, and currently works in our Property Department. Edward also acts alongside the Private Client Department in property related trust matters.
Edward specialises in all aspects of residential property, encompassing freehold and leasehold purchases and sales, lease extensions, new-build plot sales and acting for both buyers and sellers on small scale residential developments.
Edward acts for individuals buying their first homes, current owners moving house, as well as for buy-to-let investors, and small scale property developers.
He takes particular interest in resolving defective leasehold arrangements, and undertaking First Registration applications for Unregistered Land.
Before joining the firm, Edward read English at the University of York, and completed the GDL and LPC at BPP in London. He completed his training with the firm, and qualified as a solicitor in March 2014.
Away from the office Edward is a keen runner, and will play anything involving a racket.
Acting for first-time buyers purchasing properties through the Help to Buy equity mortgage scheme;
Registering title to unregistered land where the original deeds had been lost;
Arranging for the surrender of an Agricultural Holdings Act tenancy over farmland, and the simultaneous sale of the land as distinct plots;
Acting for multiple owners attempting to resolve boundary and access arrangements that had been left unresolved for some 25 years.
Thorough, knowledgeable, and responsive. Always puts his clients’ best interests at heart.
Monro Wright & Wasbrough are really an outstanding firm of solicitors who give a personal, intelligent and superior service and take pride in this. I feel extremely lucky to have found MWW. Thanks Edward and MWW team.