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JCP Solicitors Rural Practice Team Move To Carmarthen
- AuthorJCP Solicitors
Leading Welsh law firm JCP Solicitors has relocated its specialist Rural Practice team under one roof in Carmarthen, as its practice continues to grow.
The team, has come together in a dedicated office at The Old Vicarage on Picton Terrace in Carmarthen, allowing them to provide a specialist and tailored service in the heart of the rural communities they serve.
The team of consists of Rory Hutchings, Richard Howells, Ffion James, Beverley Bowen, and Malcolm Thomas, who all have substantial experience in the issues faced by JCP’s clients in the rural and agricultural economy. The team will be supported by office co-ordinator Delyth Morris who joined JCP from the agricultural team at Lloyds Bank in Carmarthen.
Rory Hutchings, Partner & Head of Rural Practice said:
“We look forward to serving the needs of our rural and agricultural clients from our new base here in Carmarthen.
“As a team, we have extensive specialist experience in providing advice on issues such as CAP Schemes, planning environmental and regulatory issues issues, succession and will planning, land transactional matters and access to land, share farming agreements, tenancies and licences – and as our team has been rated by a number of sources as the leading Agricultural team in South West Wales, clients can rest assured knowing they are in safe hands.”
“This is a great move for the business, and follows the announcement of our recent merger with Carmarthen-based Solicitor’s Pritchard Edwards in October of 2014.”
The firm employs 150 members of staff at its offices in Swansea, Carmarthen, Fishguard, Haverfordwest, St Davids and Cardiff.
From Left: Richard Howells, Ffion James, Sean Boucher, Rory Hutchings, Beverley Bowen, Aled Owen, Delyth Morris & Malcolm Thomas.