Conveyancing Solicitors in Croydon

102-104 High St,
United Kingdom

Tel: 0208 688 8446
Fax: 020 8686 2147

Commercial and Residential Conveyancing Property Solicitors

The Croydon branch of Cunningtons LLP 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, is currently the Partner with overall responsibility for the Croydon branch and its conveyancing team.

If you are selling your home, buying a new home, or simply remortgaging your existing house or flat, our team of residential conveyancing solicitors make sure that all the legal aspects are taken care of.

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Jason Bradshaw, Senior Partner


Jason Bradshaw

Partner in charge of Cunningtons’ Croydon branch

Jason Bradshaw is the firm’s Senior Partner. He specialises in Residential Conveyancing for both local and national clients.

Jason graduated from Staffordshire University in 1993, and completed the Legal Practice course a year later.

He later joined the team of solicitors at Cunningtons in 1997 as a trainee solicitor and qualified in 1999. He became a Partner with the firm in May 2002. He then became Senior Partner in 2018.

Jason is married with two children.


Telephone: 0208 688 8446

Why Cunningtons?

  • Fixed Fees
  • Personal Contact
  • Local Branch
  • National Coverage
  • Contact by Phone or Email
  • Great Client Reviews
  • Award-winning Solicitors
  • Conveyancing since 1748
  • Specialist Conveyancers
  • Regulated by the SRA


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Cunningtons team of solicitors in the Croydon office offers you a range of legal assistance for reasonable fees, focusing on Residential and Commercial Property.

 Residential Conveyancing
Residential Conveyancing

Jason Bradshaw, the Partner at the Croydon office looks after all legal aspects of property transactions from sale or purchase of both freehold and leasehold properties, re-mortgages, transfers of equity and agreed lease extensions.

Commercial Property
Commercial Property

Our Commercial Property service helps business with all aspects of buying and selling commercial property. Nicholas Brothers, a Senior Associate in the firm, provides commercial property services to our clients throughout England and Wales.


More about Croydon and Cunningtons

The Croydon branch of Cunningtons LLP 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, is the Partner with overall responsibility.

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 LLP that has a department dedicated to commercial property law, and our legal team provides services in these areas to all other branches of Cunningtons Solicitors across the UK. We also offer a range of other legal work, including private conveyancing for the purchase, sale and remortgage of your house or flat.

The Croydon Cunningtons office is in the heart of Croydon and is easily accessible from both East and South Croydon railway stations, with their regular service to London and the coast. If you prefer to drive to our premises, there is a large pay and display car park at the rear of the premises. Our staff are friendly and helpful and the work we do is 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 AddiscombePurleyShirleySelsdonThornton Heath and Waddon. The area has since 2000 been serviced by the Tramlink, which runs from BeckenhamNew 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.

Our Conveyancing Services

You don’t have to use a solicitor to work on the legal side of your property transactions, but using a professional property expert makes things faster, easier and more secure. As your home is probably the most expensive thing you own, you don’t want to take chances.

The team at Cunningtons provide Conveyancing for buyers and sellers throughout England and Wales, and locally in Croydon, London and along England’s south coast.

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Conveyancing for Buying Property

The legal process for purchasing your property involves contacting the seller’s solicitor to check the title deeds, running required searches, liaising with your mortgage company to confirm the money is in place, and reporting back to you with all the required documents for you to sign.

Then when you have exchanged contracts, we make sure the deposit money is in the right place, prepare all the completion papers and statements, submit the ‘certificate of title’ to your lender, make sure all search information is received, then make sure that money from the mortgage lender is in the correct account.

Finally, it’s time for completion – that means we make sure all the money has been paid to the seller’s solicitors in exchange for the deeds and documents, resolve the account with you, pay stamp duty, and finally register you as the new owner with the Land Registry. For more information on the buying aspect of the conveyancing process, click here.

Conveyancing for Selling Property

When it comes to selling your house or flat, the conveyancing process is slightly simpler, though the legal side is just as important. When you have signed up with us as your conveyancing solicitors, your mortgage company sends us the title deeds, as well as a statement of the amount of money you still owe for your property. Your buyer’s solicitor asks us for any other information they need. We then prepare a sale contract with preferred dates to complete – this leads to the Exchange of Contracts.

The buyer then pays the deposit money into our solicitor account, then we get a statement from your mortgage company. As your conveyancing solicitor we receive the money we need to pay your estate agent’s commission fee, and this is all accounted for in your financial statement.

On Completion, we move the money gained from the sale to you, your estate agent, and your mortgage company. We arrange for your estate agent to hand over the keys to your property’s new owner. We then send you any remaining money, as well as a statement detailing all the expenses of your sale. Finally we send over the deeds to the buyer’s solicitors – and your property is sold. For more information on the selling part of the conveyancing process, click here.

Conveyancing for Remortgaging Property

When you remortgage, you still need to make sure the legal conveyancing side is taken care of to ensure your house or flat is secure. Our conveyancing service has you covered here too.

Your named conveyancing solicitor receives your title deeds, as well as a copy of your title from the Land Registry – they then run up-to-date searches as required. Your lender sends your solicitor your new mortgage offer, and you get sent the mortgage deed to sign.

They arrange to receive the money from your new loan, and get an updated account of your loan amount. One or two final search checks, then your remortgage is complete – the remaining money goes into the correct accounts and your remortgage is registered with the Land Registry. For more information on the remortgaging side of the conveyancing process, click here.

Commercial Property Legal Advice

Commercial property conveyancing requires specialist attention, and fortunately for our local clients they have access to our Senior Associate Nicholas Brothers to help them.

He can help with all types of commercial property work: this includes buying and selling freeholds, let investments, existing leases, new leases, and small businesses privately and at auction. Nicholas and his team can also assist with residential leaseholders’ rights to enfranchise, extend and manage their leases.

Access to other Cunningtons legal teams

If you are looking for help with another legal service not offered in your local branch, don’t worry! We can put you in touch with another specialist solicitor team at another location, be it Family Law, Wills and Probate, Civil Litigation, or Employment Law.

Legal Advice for Family Law 

Our Croydon Branch has legal experts specialising in property sale, purchase and remortgaging, however our other offices can help with all aspects of Family Law. This service includes issues before marriage such as pre-nuptial agreements, problems during a relationship such as domestic violence, right up to divorce and dissolution. 

Our Civil Litigation Service

Our Civil Litigation department offers advice to clients across the country on matters associated with property law and misrepresentation, professional negligence, debts and insolvency, issues to do with inheritance and probate problems. 

Wills, Probate and Inheritance Team

We are used to providing assistance with all matters relating to Wills and Inheritance, and our teams at other branches can make time to discuss these issues remotely. Their expertise and experience in these matters makes them your perfect team to talk you through making and administering Wills, advising on Inheritance tax, Lasting Powers of Administration, Deputyships and Trusts. 

Employment Law

That’s the beauty of working with Cunningtons Solicitors – our people can help you through all life’s bumps and hiccups, and we’re also here for the good times.



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