North West law firm Jackson Lees has expanded its property department with the appointment of Ben Keating, a Residential Property Conveyancer, who will join the firms Hoylake office.
Ben joins the fast-growing Property department, which has seen new business increase by 24% in the last 12 months.
Ben will support Angela Hesketh, Director & Group Head of Property at Jackson Lees. Angela said: “I’m delighted to announce Ben Keating’s appointment to our Property team. Ben is an experienced and highly capable property expert, having worked on a variety of cases in residential property, development work and leasehold transactions.
“Ben is committed to making a positive difference in local projects and I am confident he will make a wonderful addition to the team.”
Ben Keating said: “It’s an honour to join the Property team at such a well-established firm. This team has a real depth of skill and experience and this, coupled with their outstanding community engagement, client-focused culture and commitment to staff wellbeing, make the firm a great place to work. I’m looking forward to joining the Hoylake team and getting involved in the local community.”
The Jackson Lees Group is an award-winning firm made up of Broudie Jackson Canter and Jackson Lees. The Group provides a full-service legal solution to personal and commercial clients and has over 280 employees across six offices in Merseyside and Manchester.
" Its an honour to join the Property team at such a well-established firm. Im looking forward to joining the Hoylake team and getting involved in the local community."
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