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Commercial Property

For Personal Use

Personal Commercial Property Solicitors in Dorset

Not every purchase of a non-domestic property is for business use.

Beach huts, creative spaces (such as studios) and even storage units are often classed as commercial properties, even if they won’t be used as business premises.

Purchasing or selling a commercial property is often an exciting time – but it can feel intimidating, too.

The experienced Commercial Property team at Coles Miller will help you to complete your transaction with confidence. We have the knowledge to make the process as easy as possible for you.

A Single Source of Assistance and Guidance

Coles Miller solicitors will help you to navigate every element of your commercial property enquiry. We provide a tailor-made service by listening to your exact requirements.

We’re experts in all aspects of commercial property, including helping tenants to buy or sell their freehold real estate, as well as taking on new or existing leases.

Commercial Leases

Commercial leases can be extremely complex. If you enter into one without complete transparency and understanding, you could find yourself inadvertently breaking lease terms, or unable to use the property in the way you wanted.

Getting legal advice before you sign your lease is essential. We can guide you through your leasehold transaction from start to finish, negotiating favourable terms with your landlord and explaining the precise implications of the contract.   

Buying a commercial property for personal use can have a host of benefits, from supporting your leisure activities to helping you organise your possessions – but it’s vital that you know exactly what you’re buying and don’t get caught out later down the line.

Let us take away the stress of your commercial property transaction. 

Contact us to arrange a no-obligation chat with one of our experts…

Meet the team

Kerry Houston-Kypta

Partner and Head of Commercial Property

Charlotte Lilley - Maternity Leave

Associate Solicitor

Catherine Snook

Trainee Solicitor

Emma Dugdale


Stacey Rutter

Legal Secretary