Non-Contentious Construction Solicitor
Our nationally recognised real estate division makes up 50% of our client business and covers the full spectrum of property law.
As a vital part of that offering, our specialist non-contentious construction team are now looking to further expand and are keen to hear from both Associate level candidates (0 to 3 PQE) to provide close support to the senior members of the team as they concentrate on generating new business and further expanding the practice, and also from senior lawyers to work alongside the Tunbridge Wells based construction team in growing the construction practice out of our London Victoria office. As a senior member of the team you will be working closely with the existing construction team Partners as well as our London based teams and will take a leading role in the maintenance and development of relationships with a number of key existing clients, as well as conducting new business enquiries to further develop the construction following for the London office
The roles can be based at either our Tunbridge Wells or London Victoria office and the successful candidates will enjoy working on an incredibly diverse portfolio of work as the team both supports the full breadth of the property practice whilst also drawing work directly from the construction industry itself. Recent work has included high profile central London projects, mixed-use regeneration and urban renewal schemes, housing projects, and new educational and leisure facilities, as well as acting on behalf of large investment funds and other institutional investors in managing and developing their property portfolios.
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