Thomson Snell & Passmore recently acted for Alexandre Boyes, the Tunbridge Wells based agents, in relation to their acquisition of the sales and lettings business of FoxWood Maclean’s Edenbridge branch.
FoxWood Maclean was originally established in 1877 making it the oldest firm of estate agents and chartered surveyors covering Edenbridge and the surrounding areas.
Alexandre Boyes provides sales, letting and property management services and as a result of this acquisition will now manage over 2,500 properties.
Kate Boyes, Alexandre Boyes Group Director, explained: "Along with many others in our sector, we have long admired FoxWood Maclean for their local knowledge and commitment to the communities they serve. To combine FoxWood Maclean and Alexandre Boyes’ depth of local knowledge means our clients will benefit from a thorough understanding of town and country properties across west Kent, Sussex and Surrey."
Nick Gabay, Partner in the Corporate department, led the project team at Thomson Snell & Passmore and was assisted by Laura Keatley, Senior Associate in Commercial Property, Ben Stepney, Senior Associate in Employment and Joseph Hartland, Trainee Solicitor in Corporate & Commercial. Speaking of the deal, Nick Gabay said:
"We were delighted to advise Alexandre Boyes on their exciting purchase of the FoxWood Maclean business in Edenbridge. It was a thoroughly rewarding transaction to be involved in and we look forward to seeing the continued growth of Alexandre Boyes in the future."