Charles Vickery – Real Estate And Construction Lawyer

Specialist in Commercial Property

Charles is a commercial property lawyer with 14 years’ experience. He has worked at leading commercial law firms such as Shoosmiths and SGH Martineau before joining Excello Law in 2009. He specialises in development transactions, particularly relating to residential developments.

Charles has established his own property development company and therefore fully understands the commercial realities and needs of his clients having been in both the position of lawyer and client.

Qualified

2002

Interests

Charles is married with two children, who take up the majority of his spare time. Being with Excello Law allows Charles to walk their Schnauzer each day before work – his best thinking time! When he gets the opportunity he can also be found on the local golf courses.

Contact Details Charles Vickery
  • Email [email protected]
  • Office 0845 257 9449
  • Phone 01608 664215
  • Mobile 07790 006770
  • Skype
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Testimonials

Charles is a very tenacious, diligent individual who always puts in 200% to get a transaction exchanged and completed. Rosconn Group is a very demanding client and Charles always rises to the challenge. When we agree a fee, Charles sticks to it and delivers what was agreed at the outset.
He is certainly not a 9 till 5 operator and is part of our 24-7 365 club

Daniel O’Donnell, Rosconn

Upon a recommendation I appointed Charles to assist with the acquisition of a commercial property for a residential development scheme. Charles was extremely diligent, professional and accommodating through the 12 months that I worked with him. Charles has gone above and beyond the call of duty to assist both myself, business partner and when necessary other members of my team. Not only was he extremely flexible and accommodating, his tenacious wording of a particular contract has enabled us to draw more profit from the deal in the longer term

Aaron Stowell