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Property Managers Association event 2015

27 November 2015

For the third year running, we were delighted to host this year’s Property Managers Association event. Joined by clients, colleagues and experts from across the industry, we presented a well-received session covering:  

  • practical tips on getting landlord’s consent and what should be your considerations if you receive a ground (F) notice
  • an introduction to, and reminder of, the importance of collateral warranties and third party rights as vital protection against latent defects
  • case law update – a review of the past year’s decisions.

We issued a survey to members of the PMA to canvass views on the current state of the market. This year the spot light has been on omni-channel retailing – how it is affecting retailer tenants and whether there have been any long term changes to their lease arrangements.

The results of the survey were presented at the PMA event in November 2015 in the form of report - which you may access below, together with the slides from the event. Please feel free to get in touch if you have any questions – we’d love to hear from you.



Download the results from this year's event

Our speakers

Sarah Parkinson

Sarah Parkinson

Partner and Head of Real Estate

Sarah is the national head of our real estate practice and sits on the firm’s Executive Board. She is recognised as being a leading real estate specialist, as well as for her retail expertise, by Legal 500 and Chambers & Partners.

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Michael Sadler

Michael Sadler

Partner

Michael Sadler specialises in contentious and non-contentious construction law; advises on procurement and contracts, defends professional negligence claims against construction professionals; advises on disputes.

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Suki Tonks

Suki Tonks

Partner

Suki specialises in the retail property sector acting for volume retailers and international luxury brands, dealing with acquisitions, disposals and general management of shops, offices and warehouses.

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