David Inch

Consultant , Residential Property

Banbury office

David is an experienced solicitor who has worked for SE-Solicitors since he qualified as a solicitor in October 1983. At that time SE-Solicitors was the Banbury branch of Shoosmiths and Harrison. They later rebranded themselves as Shoosmiths, from whom SE-Solicitors amicably demerged on 1 May 2002. David was a shareholder, and then a director, in SE Solicitors from that date before stepping down from that role in December 2021.

Outside of work David enjoys travelling, both in the United Kingdom and abroad. He is interested in a wide variety of sports and is a longstanding Manchester City fan. He is also thoroughly enjoying being a grandfather to his daughter’s sons.

What clients say about David

“David Inch and the team were brilliant when buying our home. Really quick to reply to emails and really helpful and professional at all points of the process. My previous experience with a different company had been completely different – I had to chase them every step of the way and the process felt very slow, whereas David and the team were always incredibly efficient. Highly recommend this company.”
“I have been sensitively helped by the firm and all the different staff I have met since the death of my husband and the difficult decision to sell our holiday home. We expect a professional service and that was well executed. I pay special tribute to the kind receptionist who took me to a meeting room overlooking the garden and made me a much needed cup of Earl Grey tea ! She deserves a medal!”
Mrs Clews Bloxham, Oxfordshire
“We were extremely pleased with the service provided by SE-Solicitors. It couldn’t have been better.”
Sir & Lady Caldwell Chilson, Chipping Norton
“David and his staff again carried out a professional service for us. The meeting with David where he explains everything I find so helpful. The fees are reasonable for the service you receive.”
Mr & Mrs G (Bletchley) Milton Keynes

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David Inch, Residential Property at SE Solicitors