Property investment

Our large property team offers real expertise in every area from funding through to acquisition, active management and eventual disposal.


Our teams are structured to suit the needs of our clients and the complexities of the transaction. Clients require the strategic advice of our partners in relation to the more complex transactions whereas we have a leasing and licensing team for the more routine portfolio management work. The same team deals with routine claims for the recovery of possession, rent and service charge.

Our fees are structured accordingly and offer unrivalled value for money. By using appropriate resource and information technology, we are able to pass on savings to our clients by reducing and fixing our fees. In many cases, we can offer an annual fixed retainer.


For the more complex and high value deals, we provide a partner led service that clients appreciate and have specialist teams who deal with property tax, corporate finance and investment structuring. Many of us are lawyers who previously worked in top City firms but have chosen to work outside London. We apply the same rigorous standards but at less cost to you.


We also have one of the largest property dispute teams in the country. This means that, if and when things don’t go to plan, we have the expertise and experience to resolve the issue quickly and cost effectively.


Our clients including household name investors, developers and registered providers, Plcs, financial institutions, private companies, senior lenders, private investors, local and national government, individuals and charities.


We have pioneered onshore outsourcing collaborations with top City law firms acting for large property investors, such as the purchase or refinancing of portfolios where work is shared among several firms.


Talk to us about


  • Structuring advice
  • Financing and re-financing
  • Tax
  • Buying and selling
  • Granting and taking leases
  • Lease renewals
  • Applications for consent
  • Serving notices
  • Interpreting leases
  • Rent recovery
  • Service charge disputes
  • Break options
  • Dilapidations
  • Tenant insolvency
  • Contested rent review
  • Major contractual dispute
  • Construction
  • Planning and environment