Commercial & Residential Conveyancing Solicitors in Croydon
The Croydon branch of Cunningtons Solicitors was opened in January 1995, and specialises in residential conveyancing and commercial property issues.
Jason Bradshaw, who was based at the Croydon office when he joined the firm, has returned to the Croydon office as the Partner responsible, and specialises in residential Conveyancing.
Nicholas Brothers joined Cunningtons Solicitors as a Senior Associate in 2006 and is based at Croydon. Nicholas is Cunningtons’ specialist commercial property solicitor.
Croydon is the only branch of Cunningtons Solicitors that has a department dedicated to commercial property law, and provides services in these areas to all other branches of Cunningtons Solicitors across the UK. We also offer a range of other legal services, including residential conveyancing.
The Croydon Cunningtons office is based in the heart of Croydon and is easily accessible from both East and South Croydon railway stations. There is a large pay and display car park at the rear of the premises. Our staff are friendly and helpful and our services are always customer focused.
Croydon is a major metropolitan centre situated within the M25 in south London, on the transport corridor between central London and the south coast.
Its growth comes from being within easy reach of central London making it an ideal commuter town, and whilst it was historically an important industrial area, it is now better know for its retail and business districts.
Croydon’s Whitgift Centre opened in 1969 and was the largest covered shopping development in Greater London until 2008, whilst on the other side of Croydon on the Purley Way is the Ikea store.
Lying close to Croydon and within easy reach are residential areas such as Addiscombe, Purley, Shirley, Selsdon, Thornton Heath and Waddon. The area has since 2000 been serviced by the Tramlink, which runs from Beckenham, New Addington and Elmers End, through East and West Croydon to Wimbledon in the west.
Croydon is also a major centre for education, with Croydon College located centrally and only two minutes walk from East Croydon station. The Whitgift Independent school is situated in south Croydon, and The London School for Performing Arts & Technology (the BRIT school) is also located just north of Croydon in Selhurst.