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Real Estate transactions can be complex, costly, pressurised and at times politically sensitive; a multi-disciplinary approach and access to legal specialists who understand your environment is essential for success. From planning and construction, to funding, tax advice and litigation, our conscientious and responsive team aim to provide commercial advice to mitigate risk, to ensure your projects are delivered on time.

what we do...

  • Our experience - recognised for advising on complex transactional work and delivering major projects across the country including ground breaking regeneration projects and major mixed use schemes.

  • Combining sector-specific legal expertise - with a multi-disciplinary approach.

  • Over 50 lawyers - able to advise on all aspects of your real estate related matters - based in Nottingham, Birmingham and London.

  • Sector specialists – development, retail, transport & logistics, major corporates, education, local authority, social care, fire, Government agencies, housing associations and Health Trusts.

  • Nationwide reputation - for an approachable, efficient, pro-active and responsive service; we don’t think twice about being on site!

  • Helping you manage your portfolio - through the provision of interactive tools such as our Property Tracker giving you reminders of key dates (like breaks and rent reviews) on your property portfolio.

  • Early risk identification - minimising risk and where necessary managing disputes; protection of your assets and reputation; experienced lawyers focussed on delivering your objectives; on time and to budget.


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Legal updates

Faiz and others v Burnley Borough Council [2021] EWCA Civ 55

The demand and acceptance of rent with knowledge of a breach of covenant will waive the right to forfeit if the rent accrued due after the breach but before the landlord had knowledge of the breach.

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Legal updates

Criterion Buildings Ltd v McKinsey & Company Inc. (United Kingdom) and another [2021] EWHC 216 (Ch)

A landlord’s subjective determination of the ‘fair proportion’ of its total costs payable by the tenant by way of service charge could not be challenged by the tenant.

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Legal updates

Cornerstone Telecommunications Infrastructure Ltd v Ashloch Ltd and another [2021] EWCA Civ 90

An agreement under Part 4 of the Electronic Communications Code 2017 could not be imposed in favour of an operator who was holding over under section 24(1) of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 when the Code came into force.

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Legal updates

Bernel Ltd v Canal and River Trust [2021] EWHC 16 (Ch)

A developer was unable on the facts to establish a right to drain onto its neighbour’s land without permission.

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