Edmund's practice has grown over many years to include agricultural estates work, residential and commercial property. This breadth of experience benefits clients, many of whom have a wide variety of property interests. His clients vary from institutional land owners, charities, property companies, individuals and farmers.
Edmund has significant experience in looking after a variety of landed estates. He is familiar with the panoply of issues that can be encountered including rights of way, forestry issues, agri-environmental schemes and the special regimes applying to agricultural tenants. Edmund advises both on the management of landed estates as well as the sale and purchase.
Edmund also has considerable experience in the sale and purchase of super-prime London residential property including transaction structures as corporate wrappers.
Finally Edmund looks after a number of clients whose interests are solely in commercial property.
Edmund qualified as a solicitor in 1996.
Edmund has been ranked in The Legal 500, Spears and Chambers UK in the Agricultural and Rural affairs sections for a number of years and is also a contributor to the firm's Agricultural and Estates Newsletter and the Financial Times.
Chambers UK 2018 describes Edmund (ranked in Band 1) with the following entry: "When he's on the other side it's a blessed relief" says one peer with another noting "He's a good lawyer and I like him very much – he's easy to deal with and he knows what he's talking about."
While the 2017 directory states he is "very efficient and technically very adept. He doesn't beat around the bush, he gets to the point in a nice way." Further commentators describe him as "laid back and good to deal with."
Edmund is listed as a Spears Top 10 rural lawyer and described as "affable and approachable"
He is also a Leading Individual in TheLegal 500 2017.