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Justin Hopkins

Partner and Head of Department Commercial Property | Sherborne
Direct: 01935 811612
Office: 01935 813691
Mob: 07977 062980

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I used to work in the West End and City until 2005, when I moved to the West Country.

I head up our Commercial Property Team. This means specialising in all aspects of commercial property work including site assembly and development, landlord and tenant, and property finance. Professionally, I am very proud of the commercial creative approach that I bring to my clients’ business.

I’m obsessed with GoPro skiing antics, love meeting friends for a beer or two, failing miserably at golf, while taking enormous pride in watching my three boys grow up with their golf, football and colouring-in pursuits.

 

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