Oxfordshire based Spratt Endicott Solicitors has appointed Guy Stephenson as Head of Rural and Residential Property, a newly created role encompassing the firm’s successful Residential Conveyancing and Agriculture & Estates practices.
Guy has been a solicitor for more than 20 years and has returned to the firm where he was a partner until 2011. Since 2011 he has worked as a partner in the property department of Hamilton Downing Quinn and more recently was co-head of Real Estate at Westminster-based Lee Bolton Monier-Williams.
Managing Director Andrew Woods, said: “We are delighted to welcome Guy back to Spratt Endicott.
“He joins at an incredibly exciting time for the business and I can think of nobody better to lead our Rural and Residential Property department into the future.”
Guy said: “I know that the conveyancing team has a great reputation locally, so there is potential to build on such strong foundations to make Spratt Endicott the go-to firm in the region for all residential property matters.
“With the uncertainty in the market over the past 18 months due to the pandemic and later the stamp duty holiday, it is essential that our clients know that they can trust us to deliver a responsive and high quality service when moving home.”
Spratt Endicott has offices in Banbury, Bicester, and Brackley.