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Kerry Addison

Director, Solicitor

+44 (0)1206 217017

Kerry who was admitted as a solicitor in November 2003, joined the TSP Agriculture and Commercial Property team in November 2015. Based in the Colchester Office, Kerry is a Legal 500 Recommended Lawyer and Next Generation Partner. She is also Fellow of the Agricultural Law Association (FALA). She specialises in rural property matters, helping farmers and landowners with:

  • Strategic land planning (such as promotion and option agreements)
  • Sale and purchases of land for development but also undertakes all types of general commercial property work
  • Succession planning for families and businesses
  • Property portfolios
  • Financing

Since 1 March 2017 Kerry Addison Ltd, of which Kerry is a Director, has been a corporate partner in Thompson Smith and Puxon.

Admitted as a Fellow of the Institute of Legal Executives in 1997, after a short career break, Kerry decided to train as a solicitor undertaking a Post Graduate Diploma in Law at De Montfort University Leicester and then a Diploma in Legal Practice at Nottingham Law School.

Kerry says “During my 30 year career in the Law I have worked in a number of practice areas including private client and residential property before becoming what I like to describe as a “Rural” lawyer. I really enjoy the work that I do now, particularly building relationships with clients during the course of long-term development projects.”

To find out more about the Agriculture and Estates services that Kerry can offer click here or for Commercial Property services click here.

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