Bond Pearce Expands Real Estate
27 Feb, 2012
Bond Pearce expands its national real estate practice with four new recruits
National law firm Bond Pearce continues to expand its real estate practice with the recruitment of two new senior associates and two associates.
Senior associate Verity Waington has joined from Nabarro. She specialises in investment transactions and development projects in both the public and private sector, and brings significant experience in development/regeneration projects and landlord and tenant asset management across the retail, offices and industrial sectors.
New senior associate Andrew Harding has joined from Olswang. He specialises in commercial property, with particular emphasis on the leisure and development sectors. He has wide ranging experience of funding developments, complex sale and purchase contracts conditional on planning, site assembly, re-financings, acquisitions, disposals and portfolio investment management.
New associates Kate Fountain and Jane Morea both specialise in commercial property and bring with them a wealth of experience covering all aspects of commercial property work.
With over 100 lawyers specialising in real estate work, Bond Pearce has one of the largest and most prominent property teams outside London.
Real Estate partner Andrew MacKean comments: “Bond Pearce is very pleased to welcome Verity, Andrew, Kate and Jane to its property practice. Their arrival is a clear sign of our commitment to deliver the best service possible for our clients and to meet a rising demand for our expertise. We work on large scale national real estate projects, and their wealth of experience and commercial sense will be real assets to our expanding practice.”
Bond Pearce provides a wide range of real estate services for national institutions and organisations such as Homes and Communities Agency, Royal Mail, English Heritage and BBC.