I am a Partner in the Property team and have a broad range of experience in commercial property which includes development of industrial estates, port import and storage facilities, warehouse sales and acquisitions, acquisitions for pension funds (SIPPs and SASSs), refinancing work and all aspects of commercial leases and lease management for landlords and tenants.
I am a member of the Commercial Real Estate Legal Association (CRELA), the association of solicitors which undertakes non-contentious transactional and advisory work relating to commercial property.
Joined SAS Daniels: 2016
What people say about me:
"Scott Tams consistently provides solid and prompt advice on a diverse range of matters." (Legal 500, 2020)
"Just a quick note to say how good Scott has been in dealing with the creation of a lease/agreement for me. He has been extremely patient and thorough and made sure my tenant and their advisors accepted our terms. It has been arduous at times. It's been a pleasure working with Scott." (Stuart Wilson)
Why I'm no ordinary professional:
I aim to continuously provide the highest standards of service to my clients and consider myself to be forward thinking when it comes to delivering this service in a timely and effective manner.
Get in touch
Phone: 0161 475 7605
A bit about me
Do you have any hobbies and what are they?
I love the outdoors and the mountains so anything involving the alps, skiing, cycling, and climbing. With no mountains particularly close to Manchester my main hobby is road and track cycling, I’ve also taken to building various project bikes.
What three items would you take if you were going to be isolated on a desert island?
1. Some sort of high powered radio receiver to keep contact with the outside world;
2. For entertainment purposes, the complete works of Ray Mears;
3. Something to keep me sane, exercise my competitive edge and that you can play with just one person…a dart board!
What was your first job?
My first job was shelling 'queenies' (Queen Scallops) in the Isle of Man, the best days were when the Trawler Boats had been kept out due to tides, allowing the catch to ripen. It remains the only job I have ever been fired from - apparently throwing entrails at a friend was gross misconduct!