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Phone: 01753 279091

Email: Beverley.Money@bpcollins.co.uk

Property specialist

Beverley prides herself on her ability to provide pragmatic and timely solutions to property transactions, acting for individuals, companies, landowners and property investors. 

Experience

Beverley joined B P Collins in 2021, having practiced for many years in law firms of all sizes, in-house and in central and local government. With her extensive knowledge and experience gained over many years in the legal profession, Beverley provides sound and thorough advice to clients on their property needs, particularly on the more complex property transactions. 

Outside the office

Away from the office, Beverley enjoys spending time with her first grandchild and family, horse riding and skiing.  She also enjoys art and craft exhibitions and music concerts. 

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