Tourism & Leisure
We’re there for all seasons.
The tourism and leisure sector is dynamic and vibrant. It is home to a host of diverse businesses from sole traders to SMEs, to multi-national organisations and is a vital part of the UK’s economy.
The sector needs responsive and informed legal advice to ensure it remains competitive and serves its clients. This is why at Wilkin Chapman solicitors our cross-specialism lawyers provide you with not just legal expertise, but commercially focused legal expertise.
Who do we act for?
Serving local, regional and national clients our expansive legal service is tailored to suit every client’s needs. We act for a wide range of tourism and leisure businesses including:
- Hotels, guest houses and other visitor accommodation
- Caravan Parks
- Garden Centres
- Public Houses
- Cafes and tea-rooms
- Farm shops
- Theme Parks
- Visitor attractions
- Golf and sporting clubs
We have advised on establishing new developments such as hotel complexes and on the purchase of many commercial sites such as pubs, restaurants and garden centres. When considering refinancing, we have the legal experts in place and excellent contacts with all the local banks.
We also provide a comprehensive service for existing businesses with our HR support and advice line, and help from our experts in employment law, licensing, regulation, debt recovery and disputes.
Wilkin Chapman act for businesses ranging from small family concerns to large national companies. We also advise many accommodation providers from the independent guest houses to large hotels chains. With our broad range of legal advisers, our service is tailored to suit every client’s need.
The British Holiday & Home Parks Association
The British Holiday & Home Parks Association is a national trade association providing guidance and support to holiday and residential parks across the UK. As Associate Members, Wilkin Chapman are one of few recognised suppliers of legal services to the industry with a specialised parks team.
Business growth, development and diversification
Businesses are finding more pressure on the bottom line than ever before.
Are you considering diversification to maximise the possibilities for your land or current business or looking at growing your business?
Whatever strategy you are considering, whether the creation of a farm shop, visitor attraction, woodland accommodation or developing your existing business further, help is at hand to ensure you make the decision that is right for you.
Maximise your potential and explore how to better utilise your assets. With new funding streams to assist the development of the tourism sector, there has never been a better time to consider a fresh approach to business.
So, whatever your plans are and whatever support you need, we want you to have the peace of mind to know that your legal services are in good hands.