What the team is known for
Prominent property outfit with first-class development and investment capability, regularly advising on complex and high-profile regeneration and development schemes. Skilled in a variety of transactional procedures, with particular experience in sale and leasebacks. Offers impressive expertise in sectors such as financial services, care facilities, residential and retail. Clients include national developers and international investors.
One source says: "The Eversheds Sutherland real estate team build a good rapport with clients - they understand expectations and are keen to assist."
Advised English Cities Fund on the pre-let to British Telecommunications of 4 New Bailey, a 175,000 sq ft office.
is a respected lawyer in the Eversheds corporate real estate team, with experience in the senior living, industrial and defence sectors, among others. She advises on the full range of real estate matters, including acquisitions, disposals, and sale and leaseback transactions.
is well respected for his expertise in advising major commercial developers, institutional investors and public sector clients on the real estate aspects of significant development projects."He is an experienced lawyer who has performed calmly and constructively under often demanding and exacting circumstances. He is capable of summarising the key issues in a clear and concise fashion."
Head of Eversheds Sutherland's Manchester real estate group, Nancy Brown
acts on corporate real estate mandates for clients in various sectors, including retail, healthcare and logistics. She also provides strategic advice to major financial services institutions in relation to their substantial real estate portfolios.
assists a range of clients, including commercial developers, funders and public sector bodies, with complex real estate transactions.
frequently advises healthcare providers, industrial clients and corporates on high-value real estate transactions."He can explain legal positions well and is particularly good at approaching issues from a commercial perspective."