Chris has considerable experience in the full range of commercial property law, including landlord and tenant issues, acquisitions, disposals and development. He acts for many clients with large property portfolios. He joined the firm in 1987 after several years at McKenna & Co (now CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang) in the city. Chris qualified as a solicitor in 1981 and has a Law degree from Birmingham University.
“Clifton Ingram LLP Solicitors acted for timber, building and fencing supplier Lawsons in respect of the sale of one of the client’s depots for development as a student accommodation site, as well as advising Just Eat on its London and Bristol property leases. Other clients of note for the practice include Country Estates and Darcliffe Homes. Significant figures include Chris Baggs”. Legal 500 - 2018/19 Edition
“At Clifton Ingram LLP Solicitors, Chris Baggs’ recent workload included selling residential and agricultural properties” Legal 500 – 2017 Edition
“Clifton Ingram LLP Solicitors advised Longacres Garden Center on the £2m purchase of a freehold property, and acted for Secured Lending on its £5m loan to facilitate residential development properties. Practice head Ian Graham is recommended alongside Tim Read and Chris Baggs” Legal 500 – 2016 Edition
“Ian Graham’s group at Clifton Ingram LLP Solicitors is ‘consistently excellent’. Chris Baggs attracts particular praise, with one client describing him as ‘a very steady pair of hands – absolutely on the ball and extremely efficient’” Legal 500 – 2015 Edition
Chris Baggs in based in Clifton Ingram's Wokingham office.