Katharine has recently been awarded the Fellowship of the Agricultural Law Association which recognises her detailed knowledge of various aspects of agricultural and rural issues including trusts, taxation, land law, agricultural holdings, Town and Country Planning and the Common Agricultural Policy. Katharine has experience in acting for landowners, landlords, tenants and lenders in respect of agricultural property matters including agricultural holdings act advice and proceedings, farm business tenancies, acquisitions and disposals (including overage, options and other strategic land agreements) and secured lending on agricultural land and entitlements.
Following the award of the Fellowship, Katharine is keen to develop her expertise in tax and trusts matters affecting agricultural clients.
Katharine trained at Eversheds LLP and qualified in to the Real Estate Development team in 2006. Post-qualification Katharine has over three years’ experience dealing with a range of property matters, from complex promotion and option agreements to deeds of easement and reports on title.
2017 - Present Howes Percival LLP, Director
2015 - Howes Percival LLP, Associate
2014 – 2015 - Howes Percival LLP, Solicitor
2006-2010 - Eversheds, Solicitor
2004-2006 – Eversheds, Trainee Solicitor
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