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Commercial Property
Beauchamps appreciates the complexity of the evolving Irish commercial property market and have a dedicated team of commercial property solicitors in Dublin who are in this field. We have over 20 years experience in balancing the diverse yet interrelated strands - property tax, finance and planning - that provide for a successful commercial property transaction. Our integrated approach means we can advise clients on a stand-alone basis or in tandem with other practice areas within the firm to maximise the legal resources available to our clients.
Our experience and reputation
Our long established reputation in the commercial property sector is built on a combination of extensive legal knowledge and practical experience. We have been consistently ranked amongst the leading commercial practices in the country. Our many years of work with a wide spectrum of international and domestic clients means that we are at the forefront of ground breaking commercial property developments in Ireland.
Beauchamps received the award for Property Law Firm of the Year at the Irish Law Awards in 2015, having previously won the award in 2013.  The Awards acknowledge excellence and recognise the outstanding achievements and exemplary practices of leading law firms, legal practitioners and in-house legal teams across Ireland.    
Our focus
Our focus is on delivering practical solutions to our clients in a timely and cost-effective manner. We appreciate and recognise the commercial realities of our clients’ businesses. With our pragmatic outlook and our thorough understanding of the markets in which our clients operate, we guarantee that our clients receive maximum value for money. We are committed to applying our expertise to achieve commercial success for our clients.
  • Commercial property development and investment
  • Acquisition and disposal of commercial, retail and industrial property
  • Commercial leases
  • Franchising
  • Hotel and leisure
  • Property finance and secured lending
  • Public private partnerships
  • Planning and environmental
  • Sales of completed units
Rankings and recommendations:
The Commercial Property team is recommended in international legal directories for their work, including Chambers and Legal 500. Independent client comments include:
  • The lawyers have the knowledge to make things work and move a case forward." Chambers Europe 2015
  • practice head Aidan Marsh is "a knowledgeable lawyer, with a good understanding of our needs." Chambers Europe 2015
  • Beauchamps Solicitors provides ‘comprehensive advice’ under ‘excellent’ practice head Aidan Marsh. Imelda Reynolds, Maitiú Ó Dónaill and Gerry Gallen are also recommended. The team advised Danske Bank on the disposal of its non-core property assets. Legal 500 2015
  • "The team is attentive, client-focused and gives practical advice - it approaches problems with a view to solving them efficiently." Chambers Europe 2014
  • Beauchamps Solicitors provides ‘a commercially focused and practical service’, and acts for clients such as Leinster Rugby and Dublin City Council. Aidan Marsh’s team includes the experienced Gerry Gallen and Imelda Reynolds, and Máitiu O’Donaill, who ‘smoothes the waters around tetchy transactions’. Legal 500 2014
  • "The team is client-friendly, approachable and efficient". Chambers Europe 2013
  • Beauchamps Solicitors excels in this area. It acts for Equity Properties on all its legal requirements, including the development and lease of new headquarters for Paddy Power and Amazon’s European and African data processing centre. Aidan Marsh heads the four-partner team. Legal 500 2013
Aidan Marsh  a.marsh@beauchamps.ie
Head of Commercial Property  

Beauchamps Solicitors
Riverside Two, Sir John Rogerson's Quay, Dublin 2, Ireland.
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Including the business previously carried on by Landwell in Ireland.