About David

David Whitaker is a Partner and Member at Lupton Fawcett LLP. David heads the Commercial Property Department and advises on a broad spectrum of commercial property work, with particular emphasis on the acquisition, management and disposal of investment property portfolios and the property aspects of corporate acquisitions and disposals.

David also acts for a number of religious, educational and other charities and is a member of the firm’s cross-disciplinary Charities and Social Enterprises Group.

When not at work

David enjoys cycling and spending time with his family.

Professional Societies

  • Law Society

Specialisms

  • Landlord and Tenant
  • Portfolio Acquisitions and Disposals
  • Charities

Sectors that David is involved in:

Education, Charities and Social Enterprises, Academy Conversions and Projects, , Independent Schools,

Contact Staff Member

My company has used Lupton Fawcett's property team exclusively for more than 17 years which is an accolade in itself. Our business demands a dedicated, quick and responsive approach to managing existing tenant relationships and developing new ones. Lupton Fawcett have always provided a high level of service which reflects these requirements

Jeremy Oldroyd, Managing Director

Montgomery Property Group

David "provides excellence service."

The Legal 500 UK

“Over the last decade, Kirsty, Zoe and Sarah have built up an excellent reputation within the sector for providing first-class advice and service to our clients across all aspects of commercial property issues. As such, they have become a huge asset to the department and their promotion is very well deserved.”

David Whitaker, Lupton Fawcett’s Head of Commercial Property

1987

Qualified as a Solicitor

Became Partner at Lupton Fawcett

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