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Carolyn Milligan

Carolyn Milligan

Senior Associate

Carolyn is a senior associate in the Real Estate team based in London.



Carolyn provides advice on a full range of real estate services including developments, joint ventures, acquisitions and disposals, as well as major leasing and finance-related work.

She has particular expertise in complex development and regeneration projects (and has worked on a number of the largest developments and pre-lets in the City), as well as advising clients on investment deals and joint ventures, including disposing of and acquiring property by structured corporate acquisition and disposal.

Carolyn's experience includes advising:

  • Macquarie Capital on the acquisition by Brigid Investments Limited (a Macquarie Capital and John Laing 50:50 joint venture) and financing of a substantial portfolio of build to rent retirement homes let on assured tenancies across multiple sites across the UK including acquisition and financing of a pipeline of further retirement homes to assemble a portfolio with values in excess of £300 million
  • Royal Mail on the development of Nine Elms Park, London (a 14 acre site mixed use scheme comprising up to 1,950 residential units over 7 development plots) including the disposal of Plots E, F and G to London Square for over £111 million
  • Brookfield and Oxford Properties on all aspects of the development of the 600,000 square foot London Wall Place prime office scheme in the City of London, including corporate restructuring, £273 million development financing and 80,000 square foot pre-letting of space in 2 London Wall Place to Cleary Gottlieb
  • Vanquish Properties (advised by TH Real Estate) on the proposed development of the 900,000 square foot 40 Leadenhall scheme in the City of London and bridge financing
  • Brookfield on the development, pre-letting and funding of 100 Bishopsgate (a 1 million square foot City of London tower building)
  • Hammerson on the disposal of a 50% stake in Highcross Shopping Centre, Leicester for £236 million