Market-leading property developers rely on our commercially astute legal approach to help them deliver significant projects that shape our cities and communities.
The complexity of development and regeneration projects has vastly increased in recent years, reflecting a highly regulated environment subject to changing tax laws, environmental regulations and planning restrictions, and the increased involvement of both government and international bidders in the market. The integrated approach of our real estate lawyers with experts in projects and construction, environment and planning and tax law allows us to offer seamless advice considering the impact and integration of the various legal requirements.
Our lawyers advise both private and public sector clients in a range of roles from developers, project sponsors, financiers and contractors, to end user tenants and facilities managers. This varied work provides us with unique insight into the intricacies of development and regeneration projects, enabling us to offer commercially focused solutions at every stage.
By focusing on understanding our clients and their needs, we are able to develop new legal products to incentivise better environmental performance and more integrated, sustainable communities.
Aberdeen Standard Investments
Advising in relation to the Waterfront Project in Brighton working with Brighton and Hove City Council including extending the Churchill Square shopping centre
Advising on the development of the German Headquarter of Saint-Gobin in Aachen, Germany
Advising Costco on the development of its warehouses in Spain
Advising on its 50:50 joint venture with US fund Kennedy Wilson in respect of the €500 million development of City Block 3 in North Quays, Dublin. The development is one of the largest commercial real estate development site in central Dublin
Advising on its development at Canada Water, London which will include a new residential-led, mixed use space. The project at Canada Water will feature 5 million sq ft of indoor space and take up to a decade to build
Acting on the over A$4 billion development of the commercial and residential stages of the iconic Melbourne Quarter Precinct.