Simone Ganley Simone Ganley
Consultant Solicitor

Simone is an experienced and knowledgeable Property Solicitor in Amersham dealing with both commercial property work and residential conveyancing. After qualifying in 2006, she worked for a niche property firm in central London, she then moved to a highly regarded Thames Valley firm before joining Setfords in 2017. She specialises in landlord and tenant matters, commercial acquisitions and disposals, portfolio refinance work, and high value residential conveyancing.

She advises a wide range of clients including private individuals, companies, charities and institutional lenders. Her approachable manner and commercial eye help ensure transactions go as smoothly as possible. She believes regular and clear communication with her clients is the key to an efficient, stress free process.

Simone has extensive experience in the retail sector having acted for both small and large retailers on both sides of Lease transactions.

Her work includes:

  • Commercial site acquisitions and disposals
  • Drafting and negotiating commercial leases
  • High value residential conveyancing and remortgages
  • Day to day property management- licences to assign, for works and to underlet 
  • Deeds of surrender and deeds of variation
  • Commercial lease extensions 
  • Property investment and refinance
  • Portfolio refinances 

Simone is based in Amersham and works with clients locally, in Beaconsfield, Chorleywood, Chesham, Hemel Hempstead, Gerrards Cross, High Wycombe, Rickmansworth, Watford, London or further afield.

Outside of work Simone is kept busy and amused looking after her young family. She is also training for a half marathon and is a keen skier.

Simone is happy to answer your enquiry by email or on the telephone, and can do so outside office hours if you prefer. To receive more information, please complete the form below or telephone Simone on her direct line 01494 410709

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