We work with a wide spectrum of clients ranging from property entrepreneurs, property companies, contractors and banks to commercial and residential developers, institutional investors and large international corporate clients.
The Davidson Chalmers Dispute Resolution Team advise on a wide variety of contentious business issues. Our clients range from national UK companies through to local owner-managed businesses and individuals.
The Davidson Chalmers Employment & HR Team has extensive experience advising employers and employees alike, so understand both sides of any issue. We’ll work in partnership with you to resolve your employment issues in a practical and commercial way that quickly meets your objectives.
Our Environmental Team provides advice and support on a range of environmental compliance, management and other operational matters, dealing with risks and liabilities for clients in Scotland, the UK and internationally.
Securing a valid and implementable planning permission for a proposed development free from the risk of challenge can be vital to achieving business goals for developers, landowners, occupiers and investors alike. The Davidson Chalmers Team can help.
Davidson Chalmers Stewart Energy Team advises clients on a broad range of energy and other resource issues, offering experience, expertise and practical insight that centres on achieving the commercial outcomes of our clients.
The Davidson Chalmers Stewart Residential Development Team acts for a wide range of operators in the residential sector – not only developers but also landowners, funders and investors and advise on everything from small bespoke developments to large scale residential developments across Scotland.
The Davidson Chalmers Stewart Charities Team acts for charities and other social enterprises both locally and nationally. We realise the need of such organisations for sound commercial advice. Our team of solicitors is drawn from across the firm and provide significant experience and expertise.
The Davidson Chalmers Stewart team has extensive experience in dealing with residential developers and housebuilders. Not only do we have lawyers who are acknowledged leaders in their field who have been working in the housebuilding industry for most of their careers and understand the business of housebuilding, we also have expert lawyers in every area that may help you develop your plans from Planning & Environmental experts to Corporate and Real Estate expertise.
Acting for both landlords and tenants we advise on all types of commercial or business and residential leases, including long leases and assured shorthold tenancy agreements, licences and other arrangements for the letting of property.
Davidson Chalmers Stewart LLP is one of the most trusted names in the provision of renewable energy legal advice in Scotland. And when you’re operating in a sector as competitive and rapidly evolving as renewable energy you need lawyers who can deliver swift transactions, innovative solutions and prompt resolutions to complex disputes.
We act for some of the leading national retail and leisure operators across the UK, as well as the smallest and youngest players in the sector. The long-standing relationships we build with our clients in this dynamic sector allow us to provide strategic and commercial advice of the highest quality.
At Davidson Chalmers Stewart we have a wealth of experience in helping rural businesses adapt to the pressures of today and the broad range of specialisms and sector knowledge within the firm are fundamental to this.
We have substantial experience in advising in the Waste and Resource Management sector, acting on behalf of clients involved with waste management, disposal and treatment activities, waste-to-energy and packaging and recycling.
A typical law firm? Not really. But a partner for the people and businesses we work with? Absolutely.
Our determination to do things a better way is nothing without our clients. So if you like what you see and think we’d make a good team, let’s talk. Pick up the phone and call us direct or make specific enquiries to our individual email addresses across the website. Alternatively use the form to submit general questions and comments.