Team contact: Elaine Allen | Melinda Dix | Roger Hoque | Steve Wilbourn

The continued rise in private and public sector development and regeneration activity in the South of England during the past couple of years has seen the firm build on its reputation and experience in these sectors. The firm has made further and significant client gains amongst private and social landlords, mainly in advising in relation to mixed use developments.

Further growth within the firm's Real Estate department is confidently predicted not only in the development sector but also in the investment sector. Even though property yields continue to fall, the firm is increasingly representing lenders and investors in investment acquisitions and finance across England and Wales and the firm expects further growth in this area in the next year.

We recognise that good relationships are among the key factors to the success of any commercial property transaction. These values have led to repeat instructions from a large number of clients who have each contributed to the success and expansion of this area for the firm over the last ten years and to the development of an exceptional client base.

A large proportion of our clients have come to us via personal recommendations. Our growth is based not only on our close relationships with our clients, but on producing a consistently high standard of work in an efficient manner and by our expertise and sound commercial awareness.

We like to meet our clients on site as early as possible in a transaction so we can identify potential problems at an early stage and deal with them, if possible.


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35 Widmore Road, Bromley, Kent BR1 1RW

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