Knights continues growth in the South East with new hires

One of the country’s leading real estate lawyers has joined Knights as the business continues its growth in Weybridge, Surrey with four new hires.

Real estate partner Tony Inkin brings a wealth of experience working alongside developers and housebuilders for more than 30 years.

During that time, Tony has built strong relationships with developers of all sizes and specialisms, including national blue chip companies and regional developers.

He specialises in all aspects of residential development – from complex land deals to setting up large, mixed-use developments and unit sales.

Tony said: “I am excited to be joining a fast-growing, high-quality business that has an ethos and ambition to deliver the best possible service to clients in the house building and development sector.”

Tony joins Knights as the business gets ready for further growth across the South East, following the recent opening of a flagship office in Brighton, as well as the rest of the country.

His arrival coincides with three other new arrivals – specialist trademark attorney Farhan Kazi and senior associates Emma McCheyne and Amy Milner, who join to grow Knights’ clinical negligence business, CL Medilaw, in the South East.

Knights has now welcomed 13 new team members in Weybridge so far this year, including four partners, with more new arrivals set to follow.

Darren Walker, client services director at Knights, said: “Tony, Farhan, Emma and Amy will make us even stronger here in Weybridge. We’ve set out plans for growth and they will help us to deliver on that. It’s an exciting time to join our growing business and we want more people to be part of it.”

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