High-Net-Worth Individuals & Family Offices
Our Real Estate team has an excellent reputation acting for High-Net-Worth Individuals (HNWIs), investors, Family Offices (FOs), and landed estates, in relation to both residential property and commercial property matters.
Our experience allows us to provide a seamless and tailored service, by drawing on the expertise of our colleagues across the breadth of real estate, including construction, planning and property litigation.
- Investment & Development
- Planning & Construction
- Property Disputes
- Relocation and Super-Prime Central London Rentals
In Conversation with Anna Josse, Founder and CEO of Prism The Gift Fund29 November 2022
“Philanthropy is inherently personal; there are as many reasons for giving as there are people who give. We’ve found that not only would many people like to give more, but that others would be happy to start if they weren’t intimidated by the complexities of charitable giving.” We spoke to Anna Josse, Founder, CEO of Prism the Gift Fund to get the low down on effective giving vehicles, Donor Advised Funds.
Secret gardens and the ever-increasing demand for properties on those squares24 November 2022
We spoke to Priyank Lakhia the Founder & Director of Independent Agency, 5Bay Group about the numerous garden squares spread around central London, which Priyank says are one of the city's most distinguishing features.
Inflation, interest rates & money markets - what are the implications for real estate?23 November 2022
The economic impacts of the former chancellor’s ‘fiscal statement’ of 23rd September, the subsequent u-turns and the resulting uncertainty and market disruption, continue to reverberate and have increased the chance of house price falls to a level not seen since 1990.
Roof terraces: The Importance of Being Legal22 November 2022
Q: I recently bought a London apartment that has an unused roof space. Do I need planning permission to use it as a terrace?
The Register of Overseas Entities14 November 2022
The Economic Crime (Transparency and Enforcement) Act 2022 (the “Act”) came into force earlier this year. The transitional period has well and truly begun, and the clock is most certainly ticking for any affected overseas entity to comply with the Act or face tough penalties for failure to do so.
Going Live: Important Update about the Register of Overseas Entities01 August 2022
It is fair to say that the announcement made last week by Companies House stating the new Register of Overseas Entities is intended to go live on 1 August 2022 has come as quite a surprise to those in the professional world.
How big is your garden?27 June 2022
What “reasonable enjoyment” means for tax relief on your garden when you sell.
No Longer Grounded – Changes in Leasehold Enfranchisement24 June 2022
Outside of case law tweaks to the aging legislation, it is rather rare that anything significant happens in the world of enfranchisement. June 2022, however, is different.