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Occupiers

The breadth of our experience and client base helps us understand the issues and pressures which face occupiers of property.  We also understand how different clients will have individual requirements that are crucial to the smooth running of their business.

Our market-leading lawyers work closely with our corporate, tax, finance and dispute resolution teams to deliver a seamless corporate service.  We advise our occupier clients on their full range of real estate needs, including headquarter buildings, mergers and acquisitions, exit and disposals strategies, restructuring, outsourcing, sale and leasebacks, property portfolio management, leasing and tenant advice.

Our team is also able to advise on health and safety issues, environmental requirements and compliance with government guidelines on achieving energy efficiencies. 

 

Latest examples of work

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      Baring Asset Management

      Baring Asset Management wanted to occupy 155 Bishopsgate and brought our team on board to advise on the move and to extend the term of their leases by entering into an agreement for the grant of reversionary leases.

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      Sullivan & Cromwell

      Advising Sullivan & Cromwell in respect of a regear of their leases at 1 New Fetter Lane

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      Credit Suisse

      Credit Suisse wanted to sell and leaseback 20 Columbus Courtyard and One Cabot Square, as well as disposing of surplus space at 5 Canada Square; we advised them on the full corporate occupation at Canary Wharf.

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      Ince & Co - Corporate Relocation

      Successfully helped Ince & Co with their proposed corporate relocation.

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      Clearly Gottlieb

      Cleary Gottlieb need our expertise on the entry into a preletting agreement at Brookfield’s 2 London Wall Place scheme.

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