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Tim Hotchkiss

Partner and Head of Land & Development

Email: tim.hotchkiss@awdry.law
Telephone: 01793 384140
Office: Swindon

About Tim

I joined the firm in 2004 and became an Equity Partner in April 2017. I am also the Resident Partner of the firm's Marlborough and Swindon offices.

I am based in the firm's Commercial Department and have over 10 years' experience in all things Property, with particular expertise in Land & Development, Commercial Property and Agricultural Property. I qualified as a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives in 2010 and as a Solicitor in 2014, with a Distinction in the Graduate Diploma in Law and the Legal Practice Course. I also have expertise in complex and prime Residential Property matters and Company Law.

I act for a wide range of clients locally and further afield, with a particularly strong portfolio of property work in and around the London area to complement my loyal local client base.

I am an avid golfer and am always striving to lower my handicap (often unsuccessfully). I enjoy watching most sports and am a fervent Liverpool FC fan as well as a follower of Bath Rugby. 

What clients say about Tim

"We work with Tim Hotchkiss and his team on the majority of our property transactions covering acquisition, sale and build agreements. Tim’s Land & Development team’s attention to detail, proactive nature and responsiveness has always kept us coming back for more and we see Awdry Law as a very important part of the team here at Sherbourne Developments."

Bruce O’Grady, Managing Director of Sherbourne Developments Group Limited.

"I've been working with Tim and his team over the last 5 years with over 40 transactions completed during that time. I couldn't imagine working with anyone else. The team is efficient, effective and personable and have truly had my back. I thoroughly enjoy working with them." 

Arthur Dallimer of William Arthur Property Ltd. 

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