A commercial approach to commercial real estate.
The real estate industry is constantly changing, being redefined by factors which could impact your business and your commercial opportunities. Whether it’s the emergence of new business models, the spread of co-working and living spaces, the rise of PropTech or the changing face of the high street, your business needs to be prepared to evolve and adapt. You should work with a legal team with an outstanding awareness of, not just the real estate market, but the wider commercial landscape, to guide you smoothly and effectively through your transactions and provide pragmatic advice on your property management.
Our Commercial real estate team advises real estate owners, investors, landlords and tenants, developers, and funders across a wide variety of sectors on the financing, growth, management and disposal of their commercial property, including investment portfolios. Our work ranges from multi-million pound portfolio acquisitions to individual sales and disposals, commercial lettings and management. Alongside our domestic expertise, we have considerable experience acting for foreign investors and offshore trusts.
Whether we are advising you on the management of your property on an ongoing basis or providing solutions to specific, more complex issues, we gain an in-depth understanding of your commercial objectives and strategy and use this, along with our industry knowledge, to provide tailored and proactive advice which moves your business forward.
Our creative problem solving approach means we can take on, make sense of and resolve extremely complex matters. We look ahead, beyond the matter in hand, pre-empting problems before they arise, so that we are always prepared for the next stage of any project. We pride ourselves on our commitment to creating new and better ways to support our clients and achieve the best results.
Home ownership attitudes and aspirations
Home ownership remains the ultimate goal for ‘Generation Rent’ in London, yet with a growing market for rental ‘co-living’ schemes and a drop in the financial support available from Mum and Dad, it is no wonder that fewer 18-44 year olds now believe they will be buying a home in the next five years.
Read our full report for more interesting findings.