Predominantly based in the firm’s Scarborough office, Christopher specialises in agricultural property and insolvency law.
He has a wealth of experience in advising corporate and individual creditors and debtors on the formal and informal options available to them, routinely acting for Insolvency Practitioners, local authorities, and distressed companies and their directors and shareholders.
Christopher takes a particular interest in agricultural business affairs, owing to his family background in rural North Yorkshire. Christopher has first-hand practical experience of the agricultural sector, and combines this particular knowledge with 20 years’ of legal experience, including property law, to provide a tailored service to his clients in this sector.
"Samuel Peake is accomplished and approachable associates, supporting partners Helen Mellors and Christopher Harrison, who provide standout and best in class service."
"Chris Harrison is pragmatic, quick and efficient."
"Christopher Harrison is efficient, thorough and knowledgeable. He is very good with clients and helping explain legal jargon to laymen."
“Recommended for his ‘very practical and professional approach’ particularly in land purchases and disposals in agricultural tenancies.”
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Green light given for plans to create new retirement village at Gateforth Park
Our clients York House Leisure (YHL), who run award-winning retirement and holiday parks across Yorkshire and Scotland, are delighted to announce that plans to build a new retirement village on derelict land near Selby have been unanimously approved by Selby District Council's planning committee. The multi-million pound …More