Professional service with a personal touch

Guiding you through the entire conveyancing process, ensuring your transaction proceeds smoothly, efficiently and with minimum fuss.

We all know that moving house and buying or selling property can be a highly anxious and stressful time. Whether you are buying your first home or you are a seasoned property developer involved in a high-value transaction, your choice of conveyancer is crucial.

Lawyers available when you need them

Cheap online deals are widely available, but the property market is more sophisticated than ever before. When you are making such a big property investment, it makes sense to instruct a lawyer who is available in person, by phone or on email when you need him or her.

At Charsley Harrison LLP in Windsor, we think our personal approach makes all the difference.


We handle all aspects of residential conveyancing for a wide range of clients. The firm also has a team of specialist commercial property solicitors.

The law society accredited conveyancing quality

We offer:

Extensive local knowledge

Our experience over many years in sales and purchases in the vicinity of Windsor, Ascot, Maidenhead, Slough and Reading means we have an unrivalled grasp of the planning policies, flooding issues and other obstacles that, if not tackled early on, can delay a transaction or result in abortive sales or purchases.

A one-to-one service

You will work with a single specialist conveyancer, supported by a dedicated assistant. This ensures continuity throughout.

Highly competitive fixed fees

Your transaction represents a significant financial commitment and keeping a close eye on your budget is critical. Where fees are concerned, we think transparency is vital: not everyone enjoys surprises! We usually charge a straightforward fixed fee for conveyancing and will provide a clear estimate of costs and expenses from the start.

Up-to-date information

Above all, our clients want to know how long a transaction is going to take. We understand this completely, and we do all we can to keep up to date.

Buying and selling freehold property

Right-to-buy purchases

Plot sales and purchases

Buying and selling leasehold property

Shared ownership schemes

Buy-to-let transactions

Drafting leases

Auction properties

Assured Shorthold tenancies


Lease extensions

Transfer of equity transactions, including matrimonial transfers