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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, a leading private wealth and real estate law firm, announces today that Naomi Heathcote has joined the firm as a Partner within its highly regarded Real Estate practice. Naomi joins from Charles Russell Speechlys.
In New Start Magazine, Real Estate Partner, David Rawlence and Natasha Guerra, CEO of Runway East – a B Corp certified business – explore the importance of taking environmental accountability.
Boodle Hatfield has advised fast-growing flexible office space provider, Canvas Offices on securing a long-term lease of 88 Kingsway, an ornate Victorian building above Holborn tube station.
In Property Week, Runway East’s CEO, Natasha Guerra and Boodle Hatfield’s Real Estate Partner, David Rawlence look at whether B Corps are the secret weapon for landlords’ serviced office portfolios.
Boodle Hatfield has advised flexible workspace operator, Runway East, on a landmark joint venture flex space transaction at 24-28 Bloomsbury Way, London WC1.
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.
ESG credentials are now central to commercial viability across the office market. In Institutional Real Estate Europe, Senior Associate, David Rawlence and Beth Hampson consider the benefits of service office which can bolster landlords’ portfolios and reporting, and also help enhance tenants’ own sustainability governance.
Real Estate Partner, David Rawlence highlights the significant amounts of office space being taken out use in the past year and suggests that commercial landlords should consider adapting their office space to meet changing demands from businesses.
David Rawlence, Associate at Boodle Hatfield says: “Despite the doom and gloom surrounding the office sector during COVID, the serviced office sector is leaving the pandemic in a healthy state with a consensus that a hybrid working model will see the sector continue to grow.”
In the Financial Times, Associate, David Rawlence reflects on how Coronavirus has shaken up the commercial property landscape, resulting in substantial quantities of office space being put out of use, which has been particularly evident in smaller cities and outer London suburbs.
Real Estate Associate, David Rawlence is joined by Beth Hampson, Commercial Director at The Argyll Club to co-author an article for The European Business Review on the key points to consider when selecting and negotiating a new office space provider.
Our experts share their insights & market view on the impact of current affairs.