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Locally Recommended
for generations - Est. 1814

For over 200 years Beviss & Beckingsale Solicitors ‚Äčhas been serving the legal needs of our local community and building a solid reputation as trusted advisers. We are proud to serve successive generations of many local families, whose continued instructions and recommendations are an endorsement of our services.

Our services

Tailored and pragmatic
legal advice

Whatever your situation, you can rest assured that Beviss & Beckingsale Solicitors will provide legal advice which is relevant and proportionate to your needs. We will take the time to understand your position and your requirements so that we can deliver a solution which is right for you.

Our services

Unrivalled local knowledge
and heritage

Our firm's long experience of dealing with property and affairs of local people and business gives us an unrivalled depth of knowledge about the region's land and property, and unique insight into the concerns of rural and urban business owners.

Our services

Award Winning
Client Experience

Proud winners of the Client Experience category at the 2019 Devon & Somerset Law Society Legal Awards

What We Do

Our Core Services

Our People

Meet The Team

At Beviss & Beckingsale Solicitors, our experienced team of lawyers, all specialists in their respective areas, will give you all the legal advice you will need. From personal affairs to business matters, we are here to help.

News

News & Insights

Mark Carlisle
Beviss and Beckingsale

Site of Special Scientific Interest prosecution action taken by Natural England

Posted by Mark Carlisle on August 30th 2019 in AGRICULTURAL AND RURAL AFFAIRS .

Natural England have acted to prosecute a farmer for damage to a SSSI

The farmer had created a track, undertaken significant earthworks and felled and removed trees and vegetation. The actions damaged the woodland, mire and physiographic features of the SSSI. The farmer pleaded guilty to three charges under the Wildlife...

Mark Ollier
Beviss and Beckingsale

Drones and Listed Buildings

Posted by Mark Ollier on August 23rd 2019 in MOVING HOUSE .

The Daily Telegraph reported in April 2019 that local authorities had been granted approval by the Civil Aviation Authority to use drones for commercial purposes.

They have been used for monitoring extension works and other exterior alterations including those to Listed Buildings and properties in rural areas where access is difficult.

Alterations...