Property in Sport
Harrison Drury offers legal advice on a wide array of property matters for our clients within the sporting sector. Our work varies from negotiating club leases to facilitating the purchase of a family home.
Whether you are an organisation wishing to acquire a new training ground or stadium or an individual wanting to make an investment for the future, our firm has comprehensive knowledge in both commercial and residential property dealings.
Our key aim is to ensure that your transaction proceeds to a conclusion as prudently and efficiently as possible.
Sports Clients benefit from our expertise on issues such as:
- Property acquisitions and sales;
- Mortgages and refinancing;
- Negotiating leases;
- Property litigation;
- Planning applications;
- Landlord and tenant disputes.
Latest Sports Sector News and Insights
Coronavirus COVID-19: Can athletes still be tested during the pandemic?
Matthew Astley and Hannah Pike, from Harrison Drury’s sports sector team, provide guidance for athletes who may face anti-doping testing during the coronavirus pandemic Stringent measures have been put in…
Coronavirus loan scheme open to Sports Membership Clubs
In the Budget on 11 March 2020, the Chancellor announced a variety of measures to provide support for public services, individuals and businesses to ensure the impact of COVID-19 is…
What effect could landmark gender case have on the future of sport?
Charlotte Hurst, of the Harrison Drury sports sector team and family law department, considers the gender ambiguities in sport raised by the recent case of South-African runner, Caster Semenya. In…
Harrison Drury advises 11 Degrees on Ben Stokes deal
Harrison Drury has advised clothing brand 11 Degrees on its sponsorship agreement with England cricket international Ben Stokes. Stokes was unveiled in January as a brand ambassador for the clothing…
Salary caps in sport – Can points deductions be contested?
Matthew Astley, joint head of the Harrison Drury sports law team, and Chloe Harrison, of the employment & regulatory team, consider the recent decision of an independent tribunal to impose…
How will new eligibility rules impact female athletes?
Charlotte Hurst, of Harrison Drury’s sports law team, discusses the controversial new Athletes with Differences of Sexual Development classification and the legal options open to female athletes looking to challenge…
What effect could Brexit have on football transfers?
With only one transfer window remaining before the UK leaves the European Union (EU), Alex Walmsley, of Harrison Drury’s sports sector team, looks at what this will mean for football…16/11/18
What can footballers teach us about breach of contract?
James Dickinson, solicitor in the sports sector team at Harrison Drury, looks at how a dispute between Sunderland AFC and two of its players raises the issue of dealing with…
North West lawyer qualifies as UK anti-doping advisor
A lawyer at Harrison Drury solicitors has qualified as a UK anti-doping (UKAD) accredited advisor. James Dickinson, who joined the firm in 2015, has worked towards the accreditation as part…