Real Estate lawyers attending 2018 RESI convention
Top Blake Morgan Real Estate lawyers are attending the prestigious RESI Convention on 12-14 September at Celtic Manor, Newport.
Partner, Gareth Williams, and senior solicitor, Sophie Shaladi, will be attending the 12th annual RESI Convention in Wales, organised by Property Week. The event is a must-attend for all those across the residential property sector to discover the latest market intelligence and policy insights and engage with the most influential figures in the UK Residential market.
The convention leads the way, facilitating housing debate, showcasing best practice, exploring the opportunities and challenging the status quo to encourage the growth and innovation of housing delivery across all tenures. You can meet with Gareth and Sophie at the event to gain valuable insight into the market and learn more about Blake Morgan's real estate offering.
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Gareth specialises in advising clients in respect of high-value mixed use and residential led development schemes, including large urban regeneration schemes and also has a wealth of experience in public land deals and in Build to Rent and student housing development.
He advises clients throughout the development cycle, including site acquisition, land assembly, financing, forward funding /development agreements until eventual letting or disposal. Gareth has significant experience in development finance work, which has enabled Gareth to provide advice to clients with an understanding of the different stakeholder interests in such schemes.
Sophie advises on a wide range of real estate matters including acquisitions, disposals, property investment and commercial leases.
She has a broad range of real estate experience including advising landlords and tenants on commercial leases, dealing with all aspects of residential property, advising developers on acquisitions for residential and commercial development, site set up and disposals and corporate support. She also deals with advising lenders and borrowers in relation to real estate finance.