News & Insights
Our team of experts shine a spotlight on new legal developments, share their views on the impact of current affairs, and offer insights on issues that could impact you and your business.
Boodle Hatfield has strengthened its Private Client & Tax department with the appointment of new partner, Nicola Bushby. Nicola joins the firm’s top-tier Private Wealth Disputes team from Irwin Mitchell and her arrival consolidates the firm’s reputation as one of the leading practices for high value, complex wealth disputes in the London market.
Leading private wealth law firm Boodle Hatfield, has promoted David Rawlence to Partner, with effect from 1 May 2023. David qualified as a real estate lawyer at Boodle Hatfield in 2016, having trained at the firm. He has built a significant reputation as a go to adviser for real estate acquisitions, disposals, financing and development as well as landlord and tenant work.
In our Property Insights newsletter, the Real Estate team shine a spotlight on new legal developments and offer some insights on issues that are currently shaping the property market.
Real Estate Partner, Andrew Wilmott-Smith and Trainee, Tom Heathcote write for Family Office Magazine.
Boodle Hatfield has today published – ‘Behind the best of London property for 300 years’ – a real estate guide uncovering the trends, forces and mechanisms currently shaping London property, drawing on the firm’s 300 years of experience.
In a recent article in CoStar, Real Estate Partner, Andrew Wilmot-Smith reflects on the increase in number of applications granted to convert offices into residential buildings.
Boodle Hatfield LLP have advised on the sale of 18 Blackfriars Road, a development site in a prime Central London location which has planning consent for a mixed-use scheme with an estimated gross development value of in excess of £1 billion.
In the last year, COVID-19 has fuelled a significant interest in life science-related real estate. Clusters of life science-related real estate have developed within the London-Cambridge-Oxford triangle and also in Manchester, Birmingham, Newcastle and Scotland.
Boodle Hatfield LLP acted on the sale of the Medical Centre at 19A Cavendish Square to Medical Property Trust for £50 million.
The death of the office has been announced many times. Its funeral rites are being read again.
Establishing who owns the land is always one of the first task.
Our experts share their insights & market view on the impact of current affairs.