Real estate lawyer with specialism in agriculture joins Furley Page  

Leading south east law firm Furley Page has appointed a new Associate Solicitor to its Real Estate team.

Daniel Bridgland joined the firm this month after almost 10 years as an Associate at another Kent law firm, where he headed up the Agriculture and Rural Affairs team.

Daniel has more than two decades’ experience advising clients in Kent about property law. He specialises in supporting rural business clients with a range of matters including development land acquisitions and disposals, agricultural land transactions, option agreements and leases, and commercial lease transactions.

Based at Furley Page’s Canterbury office, Daniel will work alongside Jeremy Licence, Managing Partner and Head of the Real Estate team, which is recognised for its expertise in independent legal guides, Chambers UK and The Legal 500.

Jeremy Licence said: “Daniel is a valuable and welcome addition to our Real Estate team, and his appointment strengthens the expertise and service offer we can provide to our clients. Having practised in Kent for all of his legal career, he brings a wealth of contacts within the county’s rural community.”

Furley Page’s Real Estate team has wide-ranging experience in all aspects of commercial property transactions. With offices in Canterbury, Whitstable and Chatham, the firm has in-depth experience of all areas of the property market across Kent, the South East and wider UK.

For more information about Furley Page’s Real Estate, Agriculture and Rural Business services, email Daniel Bridgland at