Jayne Kemsley - 																					Partner

Jayne Kemsley

20 St. Andrew Street
London EC4A 3AG

Partner - Residential Property

Jayne is an accomplished property solicitor and is trusted by her clients, many of whom have worked with Jayne for more than 20 years. Jayne qualified as a solicitor in 1994 and has 24 years’ conveyancing experience.

She has extensive experience of property transactions, both private and commercial. She advises investment landlords, UK residents, those based abroad and offshore companies. Jayne’s work involves the sale and purchase of residential properties in London and around the UK and site acquisitions for development or sale. She also has experience of secured lending and property investment. Jayne’s secured lending practice includes acting for both lenders and borrowers frequently with bridging finance short term property loans.

Jayne’s in-depth understanding of clients’ needs allows her to provide a tailored service that addresses their concerns perfectly providing clear legal and commercial advice. Her expertise also gives her an intuitive perception of the level of guidance that each client requires.

Key Experience

Jayne’s relevant experience includes:

  • acting for a corporate client purchasing a London property for conversion into five flats and a new basement flat build, including dealing with the short-term borrowing of £3.8m
  • assisting a client purchasing a second flat and negotiating landlord’s consent for building works to amalgamate the two flats
  • acting for a property developer purchasing a former public house and Listed Building for conversion into two houses
  • assisting a client requiring short term mortgage finance of £3.4m secured on one property to fund the refurbishment of another property and the purchase of a new property


News 5 March 2018

Government sets out changes to planning rules

The Prime Minister today set out the Government’s plans to “rewrite the rules on planning" in order to help developers and local authorities build more properties. Thrings solicitor Fred Quartermain reports from the national planning conference in London.

Read More