Rebecca Cobbs

Associate Solicitor Commercial Property | Bath
Direct: 01225 750088
Office: 01225 750000

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I AM A SOLICITOR IN THE COMMERCIAL PROPERTY TEAM AND AM BASED IN THE BATH OFFICE.

I have considerable experience in landlord and tenant matters particularly in the retail, hospitality and telecommunications sectors. I also deal with commercial property developments, acquisitions and disposals.

I have a background as an operator in the retail industry which clients have stated shows in my “can-do” mentality and practical legal advice. My aim is to create longstanding relationships with clients, to fully understand their business systems and goals so that I can better add value in each transaction.

I live in Bath with my family. Outside work I am a passionate supporter of Wales rugby, attending most home tests. I also enjoy reading, SCUBA diving and martial arts.

 

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