Jeremy is a Consultant Member at Lupton Fawcett.
Jeremy deals with all aspects of residential property transactions specialising in high value transactions. His long experience means he has a vast depth of knowledge, especially in areas such as unregistered titles leasehold issues and land registry matters. Jeremy's long standing connections with a number of leading Yorkshire estate agents is also invaluable when advising clients.
Jeremy acts for a number of small niche developers – from site acquisition to plot disposals.
Jeremy also acts in commercial lease transactions as well as small business sales and purchases.
- 1977 Graduated from the University of Leeds
- 1978 Started as a Trainee at Lupton Fawcett
- 1980 Qualified as a Solicitor with Lupton Fawcett
- 1984 Became a Partner in Lupton Fawcett
- 1990 Appointed head of Residential Property Department
What Others Say
Jeremy has been looking after my legal affairs almost since he qualified. Beginning with conveyancing matters he went on to advise on my early business activities, wills, extended family affairs, major conveyancing issues and all things legal. In areas outside his expertise he always 'knows a man who can' and oversees the relationship to its successful conclusion. For over 30 years working with Jeremy and the rest of the Lupton Fawcett team has been as enjoyable as it has been rewarding. - John Whiteley
Heartfelt thanks for your support in our journey to pastures new. You were as faultless, professional and polished as usual and made it a (relatively) stress free experience for us. - Pat and Victoria Coxen
Thank you for all your assistance with the sale of 10 Hopkins Crescent – having you act for us certainly made the process much less stressful from our side. - Daniel Longhurst
- Law Society
When not at work
Jeremy is married with two grown up children. Despite the ravages of age he continues to enjoy playing cricket for Hampsthwaite CC and the MCC. He is an occasional golfer off a respectable 17 handicap. Skiing also remains a passion of Jeremy's although the time spent skiing (between restaurants/bar stops) is now much less than it used to be! Jeremy is also an enthusiastic supporter of Leeds Carnegie Rugby Union.
Jeremy is a Governor of his old school - Ashville College in Harrogate.