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Georgie Collett

Solicitor Agriculture & Rural Affairs | Wells
Direct: 01749 835 262
Office: 01749 342 323
Mob: 07394 421094

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I am a solicitor with over 7 years’ experience working in Bristol for prominent law firms including Bevan Brittan and DAC Beachcroft.

I have acted for a broad range of clients over the years but I have a particular interest in working with agricultural clients, in part due to a number of my husband’s extended family working either as farmers or in related agricultural industries. In recent years I have undertaken a wide variety of work, including the acquisition and disposal of land and buildings, management of property portfolios and development schemes, for example arranging new school sites on previously agricultural land.

I'm my spare time I'm a keen hockey player and bread baker. I enjoy countryside walks culminating in a trip to a pub. I'm also an avid film fan and the rest of my time is spent looking after/chasing after my 2 children, 2 cats and (currently) 12 chickens


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