Lorna Munro Partner

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Contact Details

“Thank you very much for the efficient, responsive and cheerful way in which you managed our house purchase.”

Mr C London

Head of the Residential Property team, experienced handling all types of residential property work.

Main area of practice

She specialises in high value residential sales and purchases. Lorna also has management responsibility for many of the projects undertaken for HM Prison Service including prison officers' quarters sales.

“Lorna was wholly professional and impressed us so much.”

Mr A London

“Thank you once again for an excellent service.”

Mr & Mrs S Bristol


Lorna’s Blog

Government acts to improve the home-buying and selling process

The Government has announced that it wants to reform and modernise the home-buying process to make it "cheaper, faster and less stressful". Our experts look at the recommendations and what they aim to do.

Articles by Lorna

Residential Property Spotlight


Welcome to Blake Morgan's latest edition of Residential Property Spotlight, bringing you a round-up of the topics most relevant to you and your clients.

Residential Property Spotlight


Shining a light on developments in the residential property

Blake Lapthorn secures Law Society's new quality mark

Press Release

We are pleased to announce that we have secured membership to the Law Society's Conveyancing Quality Scheme - the mark of excellence for the home buying or selling process.

Related Knowledge & Resources

Stamp Duty Land Tax 3% surcharge ‘Replacement of only or main residence’ and the three-year rules

The higher rates of SDLT are intended to apply to purchases of additional residential properties, such as second homes and buy to let properties.

Prior planning prevents tax-poor performance

Recent changes in residential property tax are confusing for us all.

Council victory brings risk of increased costs for developers

Developers may come under increased pressure to contribute towards the costs of maintaining estate roads and street furniture after they have been adopted as maintainable at public expense under Section 38 of the Highways Act.