Introducing the new Ridgemont Website!
Our June newsletter sees Ridgemont launch its ground breaking new website, featuring a professionally produced video Knowledge Hub aimed at increasing knowledge of construction law within the construction sector PLUS win a case of Champagne!
Welcome to the Ridgemont newsletter, which this month announces the official launch of our brand-new website!
Our new website will help you grow your business by providing you with:
- FREE Video Content: Gain access to an extensive library of high-quality, expert-led construction law to cascade down to your team.
- Practical Guidance: Our videos and written content are tailored to address common legal challenges faced by businesses in the construction and real estate sectors. We break down complex legal concepts into easily digestible, practical advice that you can apply directly to your business.
- Expert Legal Insights: Our team of experienced specialist lawyers provide valuable insights and perspectives to help you make informed decisions, helping you stay updated on the latest legal developments and industry trends.
- User-Friendly Interface: Our website is designed with you in mind, with a clean and intuitive interface enabling you to quickly access the information you need.
Our Client Journey
Thinking about instructing us? Let us explain how we work, how we charge and how we will delight you!
Our Knowledge Hub
A comprehensive video Knowledge Hub enabling you and your team to derisk and grow your business.
We solve construction and real estate legal issues for investors, portfolio landlords, commercial tenants, developers, main contractors and sub-contractors. But what makes us different?
We’ve Got You Covered
Ridgemont exists to support your business needs. Click here to find out how our expert lawyers can help you grow your business.
Case of Champagne to be won!
Simply either sign up to our Knowledge Hub or take part in our website quiz to be in with a chance to win!
The end of security tenure?
Crucial knowledge piece for Commercial Landlords and Commercial Tenants on planned amendments to Part 2 Landlord and Tenant Act 1954.