Pension Property Work


We have over 20 years’ experience in this specialised area involving all types of commercial property work for SIPPs (Self Invested Personal Pension) and SSAS (Small Self- Administered Schemes). In addition to the legal property work;

  • We liaise with any CorporateTrustee,Administrator or Practitioner
  • We have an understanding of the requirements of HMRC in relation to Pension Property matters and provide appropriate advice

We are happy to act for Members,Trustees and Corporate Trustees,Administrators and Practitioners in all SIPP and SSAS work.

Key Contacts


Sonyia Woolnough

Partner

Head of Commercial

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Hugh Ellins

Associate Solicitor

Commercial Property

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Zoe Deasington

Associate Solicitor

Commercial Property

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Alaina Owen

Associate Solicitor

Commercial Property

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New Appointment to head up Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence Team.

Bevirs Law is excited to announce the new appointment of Nicola Heales, Consultant Solicitor, who joins us to head up our Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence team.

Nicola qualified as a Solicitor in 1985 and is a personal injury and clinical negligence specialist, and her expertise is recognised by her accreditations with both the Law Society and APIL (Association of Personal Injury Lawyers). Nicola has been successful in a number of significant Personal Injury and clinical negligence cases during her career. Nicola has particular expertise in acting for people who have suffered brain and birth injuries as well as representing clients at inquests.

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