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Fred Quartermain
Solicitor

The Paragon
Counterslip
Bristol BS1 6BX

Solicitor - Agriculture

Frederick joined Thrings in 2017, bringing a wealth of specialist knowledge in planning, environmental and compulsory purchase law. As a solicitor in the planning team, Frederick helps clients by enabling strategic land development, ensuring compliance with legislation and both local and national policy.  He has built a reputation as an effective liaison between clients, landowners, technical professionals and Local Authority Officers.

Key Experience

Fred’s relevant experience includes:

  • regularly negotiating and drafting s106 Agreements and Undertakings, Highways Agreements, and Deeds of Variation
  • acting for lenders and purchasers to provide advice and support in relation to transferral of large development sites between developers
  • acting on behalf of affected parties in relation to HS2 proposals by submitting petitions to the House of Commons and the House of Lords, and appearing at select committee hearings

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Other Stories – 21 June 2017

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News 16 June 2017

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Other Stories – 14 June 2017

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