Murray Beith Murray

Services - Commercial Property

Our Commercial Property expertise and approach is highly regarded by our long standing clients. We are dedicated to providing our clients with a consistent high quality and responsive service in an efficient and cost effective manner concentrating on the commercial realities of the market. We have experience representing owner managed businesses, landlords, high net worth individuals, SME’s, property management companies, banks and property developers.

Any commercial property transaction may involve complex legal factors, such as planning, the environment and tax. Our commercial property team prides itself on having a complete grasp of the detail of current property law so that it ensures that any transaction will proceed smoothly and in accordance with client’s expectations.

We offer a complete range of property transactions and services, including, acquisition and sale of property, commercial leasing, development, property investment, finance, energy law, property litigation and dispute resolution.

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Bill Meldrum Senior Associate

Bill Meldrum

Bill is a Senior Associate heading up the Commercial Property team. He has over 10 years’ experience in all areas of commercial property.

A graduate of the University of Dundee, he has worked in several high profile firms.

Bill’s areas of expertise include property finance, investment, commercial leasing, development, and energy acting for corporate clients, SMEs, family businesses and private individuals.

In his spare time Bill enjoys sailing, travel and scuba diving.

Areas of work

  • Property finance
  • Commercial leasing
  • Investment
  • Development
  • Energy

Latest News

New Appointment

We are continuing to develop our tax department by welcoming our newly appointed Tax Manager Kerry MacBeth.

Promotions Announcement

Murray Beith Murray is delighted to announce several promotions across various departments.

Changes will make young heirs a little wealthier

There is nothing as certain as death and taxes. In the same context, 2017 has prompted a report by the Institute for Fiscal Studies on inheritances and inequality across and within generations.