We have an in-depth knowledge of the property market and work hard to be at the forefront of new developments. Our core services are in construction law, development law, investment and asset management, landlord and tenant law, property litigation and construction dispute resolution, and property finance.
Our clients include property developers, institutional and other investors, banks and other funders, occupiers, housebuilders, and surveyors and agents.
Our team of property lawyers and landlord solicitors regularly handle commercial, residential and mixed-use projects and will liaise with all key parties to ensure the best practical outcome and the smooth delivery of the scheme.
We can assist with all aspects including:
Our specialist landlord and tenant team can assist with all aspects of landlord law, landlord and tenant work as well as property management including:
Our specialist property litigation lawyers also have considerable expertise in related matters such as:
Our property solicitors are experienced in all aspects of secured lending including:
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