Well Developed Expertise In Real Estate Law
Our leading team of real estate lawyers deals with a wide range of commercial property projects. Our deep understanding of the UK property market means we can advise our clients on the impact of property trends and changes in legislation to help them boost the performance of their real estate investments.
Our real estate lawyers have extensive experience of advising on the acquisition, management, leasing and sale of high-value commercial properties, from single properties to large portfolios. Our services include:
Our real estate lawyers act for commercial and residential property developers, investors, banks, major corporate occupiers and a number of public sector bodies to help them develop, manage and maintain their property portfolios.
"The team can provide expertise for all angles of business." - Chambers and Partners, 2020
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