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Our real estate team advises a wide range of both UK based and international clients including funds, property companies, developers, investors, leading entities involved in many industries, family offices and individuals.

Members of our team have been through the highs and lows of the economic cycle and understand what is important in the prevailing market conditions. Without exception we are talented and widely respected in our fields, appreciated by our clients for the personal and high quality of the service we provide. This means that our clients come back to us time after time and their loyalty is rewarded by our dedication and our commitment to ensuring that our clients achieve their goals in a cost effective and time efficient manner.

UK real estate is an attractive investment. The background against which transactions are undertaken is continually evolving due to changing regulations and credit conditions and the evolving local and political landscapes. Our dedicated corporate real estate team draws together corporate, finance and re-structuring and tax specialists who are routinely engaged in helping our clients to find pragmatic and commercial solutions when complicated and often multi-jurisdictional structures are involved.

We are not just accomplished lawyers but our wider team includes former Big 4 accountancy partners and tax advisors and compliance consultants.

Our real estate services, both commercial and residential, includes development, investment acquisitions and sales, asset management, construction, leasing and management work for both owners and occupiers, property finance and all real estate elements of corporate transactions.

We can advise you on issues across England and Wales as well as internationally through our global legal network and will provide you with objective, expert advice to guide you through the legal intricacies of real estate transactions

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No-one likes disputes but our team members work quickly to master the full commercial and legal context of your position, weigh the issues involved and the merits of the case in order to provide you with pragmatic and cost-effective advice.

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News & insights on Real Estate

Insights / Tenant alterations - A word of warning from the supreme court

14-05-2020 / Real Estate

The very recent Supreme Court case of Duval v 11-13 Randolph Crescent Ltd [2020] UKSC 18, provides a stark reminder to landlords and tenants to carefully review the terms of the lease when a request for consent to make alterations is made by a tenant.

Tenant alterations - A word of warning from the supreme court

News / Landlords of tenanted residential properties: new energy efficiency regulations are now in force which you cannot ignore

13-05-2020 / Real Estate

The Minimum Energy Efficiency Standard (‘MEES’) came into force early 2018, and applies to domestic private rented property. They are designed to encourage landlords and property owners to improve energy efficiency standards and set a minimum to those standards.

Landlords of tenanted residential properties: new energy efficiency regulations are now in force which you cannot ignore

News / Q&A: Commercial rents and the Coronavirus Act 2020

01-05-2020 / Real Estate

Prior to Covid-19, the high street was already going through a fairly tough time and so the arrival of the global pandemic is nothing short of catastrophic. Commercial tenants are understandably seeking ways in which to survive these times; which inevitably leads to discussions with landlords in respect of the rents payable under the lease. We consider some of the common questions asked by clients in this respect.

Q&A: Commercial rents and the Coronavirus Act 2020

News / Commercial rent arrears, forfeiture and the Coronavirus Act 2020

31-03-2020 / Real Estate

The Coronavirus Act 2020 (the Act) received royal assent on 25 March 2020 and is now law. This new legislation followed the government’s earlier press release which confirmed that “Commercial tenants who cannot pay their rent because of the coronavirus will be protected from eviction” [our emphasis].

Commercial rent arrears, forfeiture and the Coronavirus Act 2020

News / Settlement at mediation – handle with care

24-12-2019 / Real Estate

In June 2019, David Quinn, a Managing Associate in our Property Litigation team, acted for the successful Claimants in the High Court case of Abberley and others v Abberley (2019) EWHC 1564 (Ch).

Settlement at mediation – handle with care

News / Anti-Money laundering in the Real Estate Industry: Can we learn from the financial services experience?

09-07-2019 / Real Estate

Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorist Financing (‘AML’) regulations have increased compliance costs and regulatory scrutiny in the past four years with no less than three European Directives published since 2015. The scopes of the first regulations were originally focused on financial services but were extended to other sectors including the real estate industry. Penalties have already been imposed on a number of agents. How can estate agents mitigate their regulatory risk? This note explores the regulatory landscape in the Real Estate industry, then uses the lessons learnt for the financial services industry to explore the possibility to implement a real estate solution.

Anti-Money laundering in the Real Estate Industry: Can we learn from the financial services experience?

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