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Real estate is about making property work for you, whether it is your core business, or ancillary to it.

That may mean securing the right sites for a retail or leisure brand roll-out, expanding or refitting office space at just the right time to increase business capacity, getting the right structure in place for a mixed use public/private development, or building an investment portfolio. All of these require commercially oriented and pragmatic legal expertise delivered in a straightforward, accessible way.

Lewis Silkin Real Estate

Our real estate group combines real depth of knowledge with breadth of scope and capability. We have a particular focus on corporate occupiers, development and regeneration, investment, and property finance, with our work ranging from transactional support to providing specialist advice covering planning, construction, dispute resolution and tax.

We advise lenders and investors; private developers, major corporates and public bodies; as well as both landlords and tenants, giving us a wide-ranging perspective. Regardless of their business type or sector, our clients come back to us time and again, demonstrating the trust they place in us to help them to address their property-related challenges.



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The issues raised by an appeal decision blocking the replacement of a slave trader statue with that of a Black Lives Matter protester: Sara Hanrahan comments for Planning Magazine

20 September 2021

An appeal decision that saw an inspector block the replacement of a listed statue of an 18th-century slave trader in Bristol with that of a Black Lives Matter protester indicates the challenges in removing or altering historic structures for social and community reasons, say experts.


Return to the workplace: Dealing with surplus office space

03 September 2021

In this video Patrick Brown sets out options for corporate occupiers who have found themselves with surplus space post pandemic.

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Return to the workplace: Making your workplace Covid secure

03 September 2021

In this video Patrick Brown discusses what steps corporate occupiers may need to take when making their offices covid secure.

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Return to the workplace: Discussing enhancements with your landlord

03 September 2021

In this video Patrick Brown covers important points to consider ahead of discussing changes to service requirements of landlords.


How to address allegations of discrimination: Karen Baxter and Lucy Hendley write for EG

02 September 2021

Karen Baxter and Lucy Hendley set out the steps to take if your business is accused of being a toxic workplace.


​The fate of statues under the new National Planning Policy Framework: Sara Hanrahan writes for Property Week

30 July 2021

On 20 July, MHCLG published its latest revisions to the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF). One notable amendment, a modification to the application process for the removal of historic statues, is a political hot potato.

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What the government’s vow that it no longer wants to ‘rip up’ the system tells us about the forthcoming planning bill: Sara Hanrahan comments for Planning Resource

21 July 2021

The government response to consultation feedback on the planning white paper has been pushed back from its original spring deadline to the autumn, while the housing secretary has promised that ensuing changes will be council-led. Commentators say that a significant government retreat is on the cards.

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