Sue Boyall

Specialist in Commercial Property,
and Charities and Social Enterprise

Sue is a commercial property specialist with over 25 years’ experience in central London private practice, having worked previously at Frere Cholmeley, Frere Cholmeley Bischoff and Forsters LLP.

She handles a broad range of property matters for investors, developers and occupiers including sales and purchases, leases, landlord and tenant/management work, and general property law advice.

Sue’s work is mainly focussed in the following areas:

  • Dealing with acquisitions and disposals.
  • Acting for investor clients in relation to on-going lettings of units within their portfolios, and general advice on a variety of general landlord and tenant/management matters (including surrenders, forms of tenancy agreement, exercise of break options, and licences to assign, underlet and alter).
  • Acting for a broad range of occupiers in relation to leasehold acquisitions and general management matters.
  • Advising both small and larger charities on property matters, both as occupiers and landlords.

She is active in pro bono and charity work and is a supporter of LawWorks (the solicitors’ pro bono organisation). She is also a member of the Register of Property Professionals for the Ethical Property Foundation, a charity that assists other charities with property issues, and a part-time law lecturer.