Michael Daniels


Residential Conveyancing

Advises on a wide range of residential and commercial real estate transactions.

Michael’s focus is on transactional property, both commercial and residential, in relation to acquisitions and disposals.  In addition he acts for both lenders and borrowers in secured lending transactions, and for commercial landlords and tenants in relation to most leasehold matters.

He also acts for clients on residential lease extensions, adverse possession applications and property development.


With over a decade of experience in real estate, Michael ensures that his clients, both new and returning, are given top quality and credible advice.

Michael qualified as a solicitor in 2018 and now works in the Real Estate Department. He provides individuals and organisations with personable, down-to-earth and straight-forward advice on real estate matters of varying complexity.

Work highlights


Acted for an offshore lender on a loan of £4,950,000 secured against multiple residential and commercial properties, including a wedding venue


Acted for a high net-worth individual on the purchase of a farm with 17 acres of field and woodland for £2,170,000


Acted for a property developer on £1,700,000 refinance of a large property portfolio subject to 29 tenancies

Recent articles

Media spotlight

Impending passing of the Renters (Reform) Bill spells trouble for tenants and landlords

Ian Narbeth shares his insights with Property118 on the potential impact of the Renters (Reform) Bill  for tenants and landlords

Ian Narbeth



Property and Planning breakfast seminar, Brighton, June 2024

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Property and Planning breakfast seminar, Crawley, June 2024

Join our expert Real Estate and Planning teams in Crawley  as we bring you the latest updates in Property law and answer your questions.



Our commercial tenant wants to be in the property before a lease is agreed – what should we do?

Our advice is clear – use the tenant’s keenness as the reason to agree the lease more quickly, and do not let your tenant into occupation on a handshake and promise to agree the lease next week.