Raworths LLP
Sally Robinson Sally Robinson

Sally RobinsonHead of Residential Property

Sally Robinson

Contact Details

DDI: 01423 726603

M: 07921 836202

E: sally.robinson@raworths.co.uk

Background

Born: Harrogate
Educated: Harrogate Grammar School and Christ’s College, Cambridge
Previous roles: Trained at Slaughter and May, Booth & Co (now Addleshaw Goddard), Partner and Head of Property at Denison Till (now Lupton Fawcett Denison Till) and Newtons Solicitors
Joined Raworths: September 2016

 

Conveyancing quality

Sally is Head of Residential Property Unit, leading a team of solicitors and paralegals who have extensive experience in dealing with all aspects of residential property.

Sally has over 25 years’ experience practicing property law, often dealing with highly complex and complicated transactions. Sally has particular expertise dealing with rural based property transactions, including the sale and purchase of farms and agricultural land, and she often acts in relation to high value property including small landed estates.

Sally is well respected in the property sector and popular with her clients for her sympathetic and efficient attention to the details of modern property transactions.

Sally’s work and experience covers a wide range of matters for a variety of clients and includes the following:

  • Sales and purchases of freehold and leasehold property, from straight forward conveyancing transactions to complicated sales of part
  • Conditional contracts and option agreements
  • Residential property developments, including site acquisition and drafting sale documentation
  • Dealing with complex leasehold titles, deeds of covenant, drawing up long leases for flat developments
  • Probate and auction sales
  • Transfers of equity and deeds of gift
  • Property advice relating to all manner of property matters, easements, restrictive covenants, property rights and liabilities, boundary issues.

Two of Sally’s more involved transactions were the purchase of part of a hotel for a buyer converting it to town houses, and the acquisition of a riverside development site and subsequent sale of the 30 or so flats built on it.

One of her most memorable transactions was the purchase of a beautiful Grade II* listed house, the former home of one of the region’s great architects.