Whether you are a developer, investor, insolvency practitioner, financial institution, corporate occupier, retailer or hotel operator we can help you preserve value for your business, or add value to your portfolio.
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Successfully represented British Land, Hammerson, Intu and Land Securities in the landmark Court of Appeal decision that ordered Game, as tenant in administration, to pay as administration expenses all the rents due the landlord for each day of use and occupation.
Successfully defended Almacantar in nuisance/breach of quiet enjoyment proceedings issues by its top floor restaurant tenant at Centre Point.
Represented LRC in relation to the formation of a joint venture which will trigger a major redevelopment at the iconic Royal Mint Court by Tower Bridge.
Successfully represented Aviva in a JV dispute with the asset manager, a dispute settled on confidential terms.
The mixed-use development of the Shell Centre site on London’s South Bank for Canary Wharf and Qatari Diar is one of the largest developments in London. It will comprise up to 798 homes, 76,000 m sq. of office floor space including a new headquarters building for Shell, up to 6,000 m sq. of retail floor space and up to 2,500 m sq. of community leisure space as well as associated basement, plant and infrastructure. We have advised the Canary Wharf and Qatari Diar joint venture on the planning, forward funding agreements and provided strategic construction procurement advice including developing template professional appointments and trade contracts for multiple phases of development.
Represented Derwent London in resisting an injunction to restrain construction work in alleged breach of rights of light.
Successfully represented portfolio owner Tindall in litigation with Hilton Hotels concerning the legality of lease assignments and the effect of the Landlord & Tenant (Covenants) Act 1995 on intra-group assignments. Watch as Roger unpicks the main issues of the case and predicts what it means for the future in Nine weeks that saved a guarantee.
Acting on an appeal to the Upper Tribunal concerning the rateable value of a fuel pipeline.