With one of the largest dedicated real estate practices in the market, our team of over 90 lawyers has an outstanding reputation for delivering a high quality and seamless service to our clients. We pride ourselves on our partner-led service dealing with complex issues and working closely with our clients throughout an asset life-cycle.
Our clients comprise institutional investors, private and publicly quoted property companies, funders, developers, occupiers, rural and urban estates, charities, high net worth individuals and landowners involved in all types of commercial real estate matters. These include Aberdeen Standard Investments, BA Pension Fund, Knight Dragon Developments Limited, LaSalle Investment Management, LXB, Rockspring Property Investment Managers and The Crown Estate.
We have established ourselves as one of the go-to firms for overseas investors seeking to enter or consolidate their activity in the UK market. Our combined core strengths of property and wealth management allow us to provide a fully integrated service to private and institutional investors.
Our sophisticated client base expects comprehensive tailored advice across all real estate services delivered at a consistently high level. We have strength and expertise whether advising on a high value investment asset, complex mixed use development projects, joint ventures and other corporate structures or a large corporate's occupational requirements. It is our breadth and depth of experience that sets us apart from our rivals.
The logistics sector could be forgiven for becoming complacent due to the seemingly never-ending demand for prime warehouse space. However, the developers that operate within the sector are acutely aware that in order to remain on trend, the sector (much like the rest of the world) needs to operate in a sustainable fashion.
Forsters and UK Israel Business host Real Estate Breakfast event on investment, development and financing
On 7 July Forsters and UK Israel Business hosted an online Real Estate Breakfast event to discuss the impact of COVID-19 on the commercial and residential UK markets, with particular regard to investments, development and financing.
In an effort to mitigate the economic impact of the Covid-19 pandemic while still seeking to limit the spread of the virus, the Government has announced that most non-essential shops, department stores and shopping centres will be allowed to reopen in June 2020.
Property Litigation Partner, Ben Barrison, and head of Forsters' corporate occupier practice, Glenn Dunn, have co-authored an article for EG entitled, ‘Office space: how to downsize for the new normal’.