I bring a wealth of experience in both commercial and residential transactions but my real passion is large and mid-sized property portfolio management, often with an agricultural element.
In the last 10 years, I have immersed myself within the financial sector and honed my expertise in corporate lending. I act for both commercial and private lenders including retail, commercial offices, residential properties and student lets. These fast-paced transactions suit my working method and I take great satisfaction in getting deals completed for my clients.
My day to day practice includes buying, selling and leasing commercial, residential and agricultural land; acting for developers in acquiring sites and preparing sites for sale once development has completed; property securitisations and secured lending; Agricultural Tenancies and farm contracts; managing large property portfolios, dealing with leasehold management documents; and managing large estates’ property needs including easements and wayleaves in respect of third party rights.
With a keen interest in the countryside, I have been responsible for developing the firm’s significant agricultural and rural affairs capability. I have also garnered a sound reputation in the sector previously participating as a board member for the National Fruit Show and actively attending other agricultural initiatives and ploughing matches in the region.
I am ranked for my expertise in Agriculture & Rural Affairs, Kent by the Chambers & Partners 2021 guide (clients say: “calm, concise and very knowledgeable,”),
Prior to joining Whitehead Monckton in 2004 I worked for city law firm S J Berwin. My focus was within their retail team which gave me an insight of the breadth and knowledge of commercial property from both a strong Landlord and Tenant’s position.
In Chambers UK 2024 I was ranked in Band 3 for ranked lawyers as a notable practitioner. “Marsha Marriner deals with agricultural property and tenancy agreements”.
My expertise in this area includes: