Covid-19 Bowcock & Pursaill Update 31/03/2020

Until further notice all our offices are currently closed.  However, we as a firm, are continuing to work from home and therefore if you know the person that you wish to speak to, please contact them on their mobile number otherwise please contact one of our offices’ main line numbers and we will direct you to the person you wish to deal with.   Alternatively, you will be able to contact our members of staff by email.

If you are currently proceeding with a conveyancing transaction, either a sale or a purchase, and you have not already exchanged or completed, please find a link to the Government Guidance for Home Moving below.    If you have any concerns with regard to your conveyancing transaction, please do not hesitate to contact us.

https://www.gov.uk/guidance/government-advice-on-home-moving-during-the-coronavirus-covid-19-outbreak

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PA Maureen helps raise £15,000 for Cancer Research

PA to Bowcock and Pursaill Partner Catherine Whittles, Maureen Middleton raised £4,000 in a team of five during a sponsored walk in honour of her close friend who has defied the odds after a terminal cancer diagnosis.

Maureen and 300 other people took part in the Twilight Walk in Stockport on 7 February and together raised £15,000.

Walking on behalf of her friend who has had incredible success with a Cancer Research clinical trial, Maureen walked around Woodbank…

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Thinking of offering horse livery at your farm?

Equine and agricultural specialist Catherine Whittles of Staffordshire law firm Bowcock & Pursaill answers your most common questions.

Do I need planning permission?

Yes you may do, as equine and agriculture fall into different use classes. This also applies to any buildings you erect for stables or any ménage you construct.

Can I get a grant?

There are development grants available in some areas to help farm owners diversify which we can advise on.

Do I have to be…

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