Acuity Law

Real Estate Department

Wales
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Overview

Recognised in the market for its 'entrepreneurial approach', which recently manifested itself through the firm's merger in mid-2018 with London-based corporate, finance and property boutique Maple & Black, Acuity Law continues to provide a 'very professional and pragmatic' service to lenders and developers on local and UK-wide projects. Rightacres remains the team's cornerstone client, and in light of its involvement in the majority of the major developments in central Cardiff over recent years, continues to keep the team extremely busy on the development front. Gareth Baker has been at the forefront of the firm's work for Rightacres on its regeneration scheme in Cardiff's Central Square, and alongside the 'superb' Jonathan Geen is currently advising the developer on the £100m mixed-use development for the construction of the Interchange Building in Central Square. The 'responsive and helpful' Damien Cann has also been pivotal to the aforementioned mandate, given his expertise and cutting-edge knowledge of innovative funding arrangements to facilitate such a deal. As well as his local work, Stephen Morris  has also been particularly active advising on projects outside of Wales, including in relation to a significant mixed housing scheme in London.

Members

Geen, Jonathan (Head of Department)

Baker, Gareth

Cann, Damien

Clarke, Sam

Filgueira, Begonia

Finley, Edward

Halsey, Karen

Kilgour, James

Morgan, Robert

Morris, Stephen

Williams, James

Clients

Associated British Ports

Community Homes of Intensive Care and Education Limited

Hadston Southwark Ltd

IQE plc

Mears Group

Principality Building Society

Rightacres Property Co. Limited