Adrian Lazell is a Solicitor and Senior Associate in the Residential Conveyancing department, based in the Wisbech office. Adrian specialises in all aspects of residential property; he is particularly focused on residential leasehold and freehold sales, purchases, and lease extensions. Adrian also does some commercial property work including sales, purchases, leases, and development work.
Adrian works with a wide range of clients who are looking to buy and sell residential property, as well as long-standing property or land owners, and small developers.
Adrian particularly enjoys working with his clients, especially when helping them get across the line to a completed transaction, or touching down on exchanges. Adrian’s clients can expect an experienced solicitor who is straightforward and honest, with a down to earth approach, and an understanding of what they are hoping to achieve.
Adrian has worked in the legal profession since 1987, although he started his working life in the Civil Service before deciding to study History at Swansea University. At Swansea, Adrian played football and was involved in student journalism. Adrian then took the law conversion course at the University of Wales and studied for his Legal Practice Course (LPC) at the College of Law in Guildford.
After gaining his LPC, Adrian completed his training contract at a firm in Kent, qualifying as a Solicitor in December 1994. Adrian then worked for a large firm in Spalding from 2003 to 2013, after which he moved to Fraser Dawbarns.
Adrian has previously presented a seventies show on Tulip Radio in Spalding and enjoys cycling. Adrian has carried out a number of volunteering roles including helping children read in schools, chairman of school governors, and assisting local drama groups. He has also raised significant amounts of money for charities by running, sky-diving, organising fundraising quiz nights, and cycling. In 2017, Adrian cycled from Land’s End to John O’Groats over the course of 9 days, to raise money for Macmillan.
Outside work, Adrian writes and has had short stories published in an anthology. Adrian also enjoys going to the theatre and spending time with his wife and adult children. Adrian and his wife are planning to cycle the length of the Outer Hebrides after the pandemic has passed.
We are in strange times in the pandemic and what impressed me most is that this did not affect the level of service or provide excuses. We completed in 12 weeks and whilst I appreciate the chain has a bearing on timescales, Fraser Dawbarns did not hold up the time frame with their part.Client - Downham Market Office
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