Moore Blatch wins Property Law Firm award
I am a partner in the commercial property team. I provide businesses and private individuals with commercial property advice.
My clients typically include lenders, high street and specialist/mezzanine, landowners, local and national house builders and investors. I also act for well-known businesses in the transport, logistics and marine sectors.
In addition, I advise clients on property issues arising out of formal insolvencies and business turnarounds.
As well as working with insolvency practitioners, my experience within the insolvency sector allows me to offer other clients sound commercial advice if they are acquiring property from liquidators, administrators, or trustees in bankruptcy.
I provide clients with outstanding technical knowledge combined with a pragmatic approach, ensuring that all my clients receive an unparalleled and bespoke service that exceeds their expectations.
Outside of work I enjoy being a Dad, cars and motor racing (I am a fanatical petrol head) and trying to cook. I’m also a Francophile!
He has the magic touch, and a fast, uderstanding, pragmatic and cost-effective manner. He gets on with people and knows what we want, which is not easy to find.
"He has the magic touch, and a fast, uderstanding, pragmatic and cost-effective manner. He gets on with people and knows what we want, which is not easy to find." Client
"He is professional, responsive and easy to deal with. They key thing is that he is practical and solution-minded." Client
"He’s competent, gets on with it and gets on with clients well." Market Commentator
"He’s got a very good reputation on the development side, and lives up to it. He is very good to deal with." Market Commentator
"He’s pleasant, prompt and competent." Independent third party
"Luc Algar ‘has excellent industry knowledge and business acumen’." Legal 500
"Luc has been very professional in his approach and acts with our best interests in mind at all times. The work they have carried out has been to my expectations." Client
Chris Marsden | 25.07.2019