Experts in buying and selling investment property

Blake Morgan has a deserved reputation for high-value property investment work, particularly in the London market, but also throughout the whole of the UK.

Our expert investment lawyers consistently demonstrate our exceptional understanding of the UK property market by advising our clients on the impact of property trends and changes in legislation to help them enhance their real estate performance.

Clients value our commercial approach, proven experience and strong negotiating skills as well as our related services including planning, construction, property litigation, corporate and banking. They also value the networks we have created within the sector.

We offer our clients and contacts regular educational and networking events branded under “Developing Connections” which receive excellent market feedback.

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Main Areas Of Practice


Our property investment solicitors are highly experienced in dealing with all types of investment property purchases and sales, including:

Corporate investments

Our expert investment lawyers provide legal advice on all aspects of investment in office and retail space, industrial property and warehousing.

Residential investments

Our expert investment lawyers advise on a wide range of residential investments.

Corporate purchases

Our clients are increasingly involved in purchasing investment property via the acquisition of the corporate owner. We provide expert legal advice on all aspects of corporate purchases.

Our Clients


We act for property funds, property companies, public sector bodies, lenders, property entrepreneurs and offshore family investment vehicles. We deliver a service tailored to the demands of our clients and the level of their experience in property investment.

Highlights


Sale of a retail park in London for a total consideration exceeding £32m, including negotiation of complex documentation needed to split the site into three separate ownerships.


Purchase of a historically significant Grade II listed building in London for £18m, by way of the complicated negotiation of a new 999-year headlease.


The team acted for the Welsh Minsters in the development and acquisition of an 80,000 square foot grade ‘A’ office building in the city centre of Cardiff. We subsequently advised on all the occupational lettings and completed the £21m+ sale of the investment in autumn 2017. It was one of the biggest real estate transactions in Wales that year. 


Awards And Accolades


Our Experts


Mark
Hiley
Consultant

London

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Egan
Partner

Cardiff

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Mitchell
Partner

London

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Events

We invite you to join us at our next Developing Connections panel event on 7 May at our Southampton office.

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Every party to a construction project was represented at Blake Morgan’s Developing Connections Roundtable discussion on Thursday 29 February, from university employer to steel recycler. Hosted by Blake Morgan lawyers...

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We were delighted to host a Developing Connections panel event on Decarbonisation on 28th March at Keble College, Oxford.

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Can a landlord remove an abandoned vehicle from their property? In this article, we look at the potential pitfalls of vehicle abandonment and give practical guidance to landlords if a...

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With 2250 days to go until Wales' net zero target of 2030 an informed audience engaged with our Developing Connections panel at our Cardiff office on 5 October 2023. The...

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Blake Morgan hosted a general counsel dinner at the 1776 restaurant at Number 1 Lombard Street, London on 17 October 2023.

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