Walker Foster is a long established and respected general practice law firm founded in 1919, serving the Aire Valley and beyond with offices in Skipton, Barnoldswick, Silsden, Settle and Ilkley.
Our vision is to always be the first choice for local legal expertise.
“We were quite doubtful that this day would ever come but thank you. We are so happy and relieved to be able to move on with our lives.
No doubt we will need your commonsense views and advice in the future.
Thank you once again, we really could not have done this without you.”
Anonymous - Re: Keith Hardington
“I would like to take this opportunity to thank you again for all your help in this matter, your knowledge and expertise has been invaluable and I don’t think we could of expected any better than what we have settled at, so thank you very much.”
Anonymous Client - Re: Luca Angarano
“Can I take this chance to thank you for all your help and advice from start to finish. It’s been an awkward process that I’ve always felt was clearly explained and dealt with properly and professionally by yourself. I know you’re paid and I know it’s your job but I always felt you went the extra mile to explain and clear up any questions I had.”
Anonymous Client - Re: Craig Williams
“Very friendly, excellent service.”
Simon Squires & Kirsty Amsdon - Re: Ian Haynes
Government announces new ‘relaxed’ planning rules to come into effect
The government has announced new rules regarding ‘relaxed’ planning in a bid to help revitalise town centres. Coming into force in September, according to a statement on the new rules, full planning applications will not be required to demolish and …
Convenience stores & corner shops could provide opportunities for property lenders
Following on from the effects of lockdown due to the Cornovirus pandemic, research has identified opportunities for property lenders with supermarkets, convenience stores and corner shops. While non-essential shops were forced to close, supermarkets, convenience stores and corner shops were …
Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme update – Looking towards October
This month has seen the first flexibility being introduced to the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme. It means that employees can now do a combination of furloughed time and working time, the idea being that this will help businesses resource their …
Wills & Probate – Meeting Safely and Virtual Witnesses
Our Wills and Probate team have been meeting safely with clients to prepare their wills since the beginning of lockdown while complying regulations set by the government throughout. For almost 200 years, the law has required two witnesses to be …