Antony Fyson


Antony Fyson is a Partner and heads up the Long Eaton branch Office of Rotheras Solicitors and offers clients a wealth of expertise in commercial property and conveyancing matters.


Commercial Property
Commercial Leases
Company Sales & Purchases
Business Sales & Purchases
Residential Conveyancing


Rotheras are experienced solicitors and are well regarded in the Long Eaton area with Antony at the helm. Antony has an enviable reputation in the area for providing no-nonsense practical legal advice. Clients also appreciate the level of communication provided by Antony & his team to ensure they are regularly kept up to date during their matters.

Antony is multi-disciplined so is able to provide his clients a seamless service for commercial property and conveyancing matters. His wealth of expertise also covers commercial property advice to businesses, landowners, & investors in the region on buying / selling of commercial property, commercial leases and commercial mortgages. In addition he also advises clients on the conveyancing process to buy and / or sell property. If you are considering moving property, request a conveyancing quote today

Antony’s solid knowledge and experience underpins everything he does. He regularly acts for a wide range of clients across Long Eaton, the Midlands and nationally.


“Very professional service, excellent customer service. I would highly recommend. Many thanks.”
Georgina Burrows
“Very professional service from start to finish. Excellent and efficient handling of our case.”
Joanna Wells

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Antony Fyson's Experience


34 years


  • Antony started his legal career in 1986 as an Articled Clerk at Hunt Dickins and Willatt (now Freeths Solicitors)
  • Qualified as a solicitor in 1988.
  • Antony joined Sharp Young and Pearce in 1993, prior to the firm merging with Rothera Dowson in 2016 to become Rotheras
  • Became a partner in 1997 at Sharp Young and Pearce in 1997

Positions Held

Partner at Rotheras

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