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Real Estate — Northern Ireland


A&L Goodbody - Real Estate Department

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Band 1

第一等

Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

Basic facts about the department
- 2 partners
- 10 other qualified lawyers

What the team is known for High-quality practice with notable real estate finance capabilities and the ability to handle prominent loan portfolio transactions. Regularly advises on institutional investment deals and corporate real estate matters. Offers particular expertise in the energy and retail sectors. Clients include developers, corporate occupiers and investors.

Strengths Clients describe the team as "very responsive and very commercial."

Work highlights Acted for KPMG Ireland in its taking a new lease on two full floors of the Soloist Building.

Significant clients Newriver Retail, Invest Northern Ireland, La Salle Investment Management, Tristan Capital, H&M Hennes & Mauritz.

Notable practitioners

The "very pragmatic" Mark Blair is highly experienced in commercial and residential property transactions. His clients include institutional investors.

About the Team (content provided by A&L Goodbody)

The Commercial Property team at A&L Goodbody is the market leader in Ireland. It is continually at the forefront of the most significant and complex transactions in the market place and is a “go to” practice for developing and innovating transaction types and strategy.

The combined Belfast and Dublin team acts for domestic and international investors, financial institutions, developers, retailers and owners/occupiers across the full range of commercial property transactions.

We offer a comprehensive legal service in Northern Ireland that includes: investment; development; finance; landlord and tenant; planning and environmental; public/ private partnerships; construction and procurement; dispute resolution; corporate real estate; property tax and regulatory matters.

Our areas of expertise include:

  • Restructuring of loan portfolios

  • Investment sales and acquisitions

  • Landlord and tenant matters

  • Development and construction

  • Real Estate finance, tax and regulation

  • Environmental & Planning

  • Social housing

  • Liquor licensing

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Carson McDowell - Real Estate Department

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Band 1

第一等

Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

Basic facts about the department
- 7 partners
- 16 other qualified lawyers

What the team is known for Outstanding team representing an impressive number of blue-chip clients and advising on the full gamut of property transactions. Regularly offers expert advice to clients in the energy, transport, retail and leisure sectors. Frequently acts for vendors, purchasers and funders in real estate transactions.

Strengths One client remarks: "They were really great to work with."

Work highlights Acted for International News & Media in the disposal of its HQ building in Belfast city centre and its acquisition of a new HQ building in the city.

Advised the Belfast Harbour Commissioners on the site assembly, development and letting of City Quays within the Belfast Harbour.

Significant clients Tesco, RES Group, Lookers, British Land, Greggs.

Notable practitioners

"Fount of knowledge" Rosemary Carson heads the firm's real estate department and is described by her clients as a "leader in the field of property." She advises on high-profile commercial property deals and developments, and is especially active in the retail sector.

Dawson McConkey is well versed in acquisitions, disposals and lettings. One client remarks: "I can't speak highly enough about working with him. He is very responsive, very intelligent, always had a sense of humour and got us through the process very quickly and smoothly. We felt we were in good hands the entire time."

Emma Cooper works predominately in the energy sector. Her broad real estate expertise covers financing, site assembly, development and letting. She works on behalf of energy companies, developers, investors and funders.

About the Team (content provided by Carson McDowell)

Carson McDowell has the largest, most experienced real estate team in Northern Ireland. All our long-term partners are ranked by Chambers as leaders in their field, a distinction which no other local firm enjoys. We also benefit from more specialist sub-teams than our competitors, including licensing, planning, construction and property litigation. Thanks to the experience and diverse range of skills within the team we are able to handle large and complex transactions efficiently and speedily.

Our main specialities are:

  • High Level Investment Transactions – the team has been involved in most major transactions within NI in recent years, whether acting for vendor, purchaser or funder
  • Site Assembly & Development Work – we offer a full service from site assembly onwards, drawing on the expertise of our planning and environmental and construction teams to provide a “one stop shop” service
  • Retail Sector – Carson McDowell’s experience in this sector is unrivalled, acting for the landlords of many shopping centres and retail parks and an ever-growing stable of retail tenants
  • Energy Sector - we have some of the most experienced property lawyers involved in the sector, enabling us to service some of the most active energy clients working in the province across AD, biomass, solar, wind and emerging technologies
  • Leisure/Food and Drink and Transport sectors – we act for a wide range of key players in these sectors

Carson McDowell was the Legal 500 Law Firm of the Year in 2014 and 2017.

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Tughans - Real Estate Department

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Band 1

第一等

Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

Basic facts about the department
- 8 partners
- 14 other qualified lawyers

What the team is known for Prominent team offering a breadth of skill across a range of real estate matters, with the ability to handle high-profile property deals. Acts for a diverse array of clients, including household-name clients and overseas investors. Sought after for its expertise in portfolio management.

Strengths One client comments: "If there was a strength I would highlight it would be their commerciality. I must say that their treatment of me and my company has been exemplary. I really can't give them high enough praise."

One client describes the team as "extremely reactive," adding: "They seem to be available around the clock if matters are urgent."

Work highlights Acted for Mercer Real Estate Partners (now known as Castleforge Partners) on the £7 million purchase of River House, Belfast from two separate entities.

Acted for Tesco on the sale of three surplus Northern Irish sites for £12 million in aggregate.

Significant clients British Land, Stradivarius, Apple, Deloitte, Associated British Goods.

Notable practitioners

Head of department Phyllis Agnew is an experienced commercial property lawyer who advises on the full life cycle of real estate assets. She is also active in the property investment and funds space.

David Jones advises on significant developments and disposals. His other areas of expertise include real estate funds and investment portfolios. Clients say: "He is extremely commercial and has actively protected our interests through precise and forensic work."

James Pringle's real estate practice encompasses transactions, portfolio refinancings, and landlord and tenant matters. He is especially sought after by investors in retail acquisitions.

Joe Moore acts for retail and hospitality companies, as well as private equity firms, on a broad range of commercial and investment property deals. He is also adept at handling leasing and licensing matters.

About the Team (content provided by Tughans)

Our team of dedicated real estate solicitors is one of the largest in Northern Ireland. We also have strategic alliances with international law firms and carefully manage the process to ensure continuity of client care as well as delivering local expertise at every stage of the transaction. We work closely with our clients to understand their objectives so that we can offer tailored, relevant advice.

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Arthur Cox - Real Estate Department

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Band 2

第二等

Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

Basic facts about the department
- 2 partners
- 9 other qualified lawyers

What the team is known for Strong practice with the ability to advise clients across an extensive array of matters from investment acquisitions to environmental concerns. Notable expertise in the retail sector, with additional strengths in distressed property transactions and residential work. Frequently acts for institutional investors and property developers.

Strengths Clients say: "They are a quality firm with strengths at all levels of the property team. Their responsiveness is second to none."

Another client describes the team as "solid, dependable and very commercial."

Work highlights Acted for Damolly Developments/Hill Partnership on the tendered acquisition of a five-acre site adjoining the Carnbane Way development.

Advised Domus on the acquisition of land and buildings at 81-107 York Street, Belfast, for redevelopment into a 14-storey managed student housing scheme comprising 680 residential units and two commercial units at ground floor.

Significant clients Four Seasons Healthcare Group, Marathon Asset Management, Bank of Ireland Property, Runwood Homes, Neptune Group.

Notable practitioners

Alastair Todd works on domestic and international property deals, predominately for commercial clients. He heads the firm's property team. "I have found him approachable, easy to get hold of, responsive and commercially minded," says a client. "His ability to deal with potential issues before they arise is second to none."

Rowan White is praised for being "very experienced, efficient and pleasant to deal with." He has a wealth of experience advising institutional investors and developers on commercial property transactions.

About the Team (content provided by Arthur Cox)

The Arthur Cox Property Group in Belfast is one of Northern Ireland’s leading commercial property practices, with a Band 1 ranking from Chambers and Legal 500.

We have unrivalled experience of the local market, having been involved in most of the major commercial property projects carried out in Northern Ireland in recent years.

Our clients span the entire property spectrum from private developers to Government departments.


Our reputation is founded on proven professional skills, a thorough understanding of our clients’ requirements, an emphasis on sound judgment and a practical approach to solving commercial property issues. A number of members of the Property Group in Belfast are qualified to advise on property law both in Northern Ireland and in England & Wales. We also work closely with our Dublin office to provide clients with a seamless service where their business extends to the Republic of Ireland. Our areas of expertise include:

  • Acquisitions and disposals
  • Commercial leasing
  • Commercial development and site assembly
  • Joint ventures
  • Regeneration
  • Development funding
  • Secured lending
  • Social & affordable housing

In addition, the Property Group has developed a number of sub-specialisms, with leading lawyers with expertise in construction, environmental, planning, licensing and real estate finance.

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Cleaver Fulton Rankin - Real Estate Department

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Band 2

第二等

Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

Basic facts about the department
- 4 partners
- 4 other qualified lawyers

What the team is known for Respected full-service practice offering clients a broad array of expertise, including in both the development and investment spheres. Regularly acts for a number of household names on significant commercial property transactions. Offers additional expertise in development site acquisitions.

Strengths Clients say: "As a firm, they provide an excellent service for us. It is very clear that they value their clients and manage the client relationship very well, regardless of the complexity or scale of the matter being dealt with."

Work highlights Acted for Titanic Quarter on a number of projects at its waterfront development site.

Continued to act for T J Morris in its roll-out of stores throughout Northern Ireland.

Significant clients Sainsbury's, Northern Ireland Science Park, Intu Properties, Premier Inn, SSE.

Notable practitioners

Kathryn Collie acts for developers and businesses in acquisitions, disposals and leasings. She is particularly active in the hotel sector. Clients say: "Kathryn is extremely diligent, very attentive and provides timely responses. She always takes time to understand and consider the wider context relating to the matter and our business and brings solutions."

Joe Marley is "extremely professional, diligent and thorough," according to clients. He heads the property team, where he works on commercial and mixed-use developments. His clients include major retailers, healthcare providers and developers.

About the Team (content provided by Cleaver Fulton Rankin)

The Property team at Cleaver Fulton Rankin is led by Director, Joe Marley. The team has extensive experience in all aspects of non-contentious commercial property matters in Northern Ireland.

The team specialise in sales and purchases of freehold and leasehold properties in the retail, office, warehousing, entertainment and leisure, telecoms and charity sectors; acting for landlords and tenants in the granting, taking and surrendering of commercial leases; mortgage/Re-mortgage transactions; advising on the Business Tenancies (NI) Order 1996, including applications to the Lands Tribunal of Northern Ireland and all aspects of landlord and tenant law; acting for Administrators/Receivers in the sale of commercial properties; acting for investment funds in the acquisition and ongoing management of commercial schemes and dilapidation.

Cleaver Fulton Rankin’s Property team is best known for acting for some of Northern Ireland’s biggest property clients and was one of the first firms in Northern Ireland to establish a specialised commercial real estate team.

The team also has a broad and growing non-contentious construction practice and currently advises prominent developers, professionals and contractors on issues relating to contractual documentation, appointments and collateral warranties in both the public and private sector.

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DWF LLP - Real Estate Department

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Band 2

第二等

Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

What the team is known for Notable commercial practice with a client list that includes national retailers, financial institutions and developers. Offers clients the full gamut of real estate advice, with significant experience in the handling of shopping centre and retail park transactions, as well as distressed asset management.

Notable practitioners

Mark Tinman is a leading real estate practitioner with experience in all aspects of commercial property, including high street and retail park transactions. He specialises in landlord and tenant work. He "always works commercially in his clients' best interests," according to sources.

Donald Thompson acts on a range of real estate investment transactions for developers, investors and banks. He also advises on retail spaces and care homes.

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Pinsent Masons - Real Estate Department

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Band 2

第二等

Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

Basic facts about the department
- 2 partners
- 14 other qualified lawyers

What the team is known for Well-regarded practice advising clients in a wide range of matters, from investment and insolvency transactions to high-profile development projects across Northern Ireland and the rest of the UK. Prominent for its expertise in the retail sector. Frequently acts for real estate investment managers and shopping centre owners.

Strengths Clients say: "My overall impression of the firm is extremely positive. All requests are dealt with in a timely fashion, but it is the personal nature that the firm gives to their work that I feel is their greatest attribute."

Another adds: "An excellent service is provided."

Work highlights Acted for RBS/West Register on the £41 million sale of two factory outlet centres.

Acted for Cordatus Real Estate (Jersey) GP in its acquisition of Lisnagelvin shopping centre for approximately £15 million.

Significant clients Medicx, Queen's University Belfast, Apex Housing, Kennedy Wilson, ASDA.

Notable practitioners

Andrea McIlroy-Rose is "cool and calm under pressure," according to her clients. As head of the Belfast property team, she has significant experience across retail property, student accommodation and residential portfolio management.

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Millar McCall Wylie - Real Estate Department

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Band 3

第三等

Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

Basic facts about the department
- 4 partners
- 3 other qualified lawyers

What the team is known for Solid team representing a number of large retailers. Also has a wealth of experience in investment-portfolio refinancing matters and increasing expertise in the renewable energy sector. Frequently acts for landlords and tenants.

Strengths One client remarks: "The firm's ethos is its major strength. From the top down, Millar McCall seek to service their clients' needs, meet challenges head on and present solutions to road blocks."

Another client describes the team as "fast and very commercial."

Work highlights Acted for Fairfield (part of the Oaktree group), the funder in the £6 million acquisition of the Tower Centre, a shopping centre in County Antrim.

Acted on the £3.75 million sale of 4/5 Donegall Square South, an office block to the rear of Belfast City Hall.

Significant clients McAleer & Rushe, Jefferies LoanCore, Edinburgh Woollen Mill, NFU Mutual, Monsoon Accessorize.

Notable practitioners

Head of department Peter McCall advises on a range of commercial property work, including investment portfolios. He acts on transactions involving office blocks, residential development sites, shopping centres and other retail outlets. One client says: "I find Peter McCall a pleasure to deal with. He is a solutions-driven practitioner and can bring a wide range of problem-solving skills to ensure a positive outcome."

Simon Fleming acts for investors and developers on commercial property matters. He specialises in retail, rental and leasing. One client remarks: "His language is clear and concise, and he gets things done."

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Mills Selig - Real Estate Department

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Band 3

第三等

Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

Basic facts about the department
- 2 partners
- 5 other qualified lawyers

What the team is known for Established real estate practice with considerable knowledge of residential development matters and transactions in the retail sector. Offers additional expertise in investment and securitisation deals. Frequently acts for manufacturing and energy clients.

Strengths Clients say: "The firm is excellent, with a super reputation, fantastic staff and a breadth of experience that allows them to deal with transactions that have multiple aspects."

Another client describes the team as "excellent, responsive and business-oriented."

Work highlights Instructed on the acquisition of the lands known as Woodbrook Development Lisburn from Cerberus by Galliard Homes. The site is to be used for a development comprising 300 new homes.

Advised Lotus Group on the management of residential property portfolios, including Lotus Village in Banbridge and Bishops Green in County Down, including the sales of over 200 residential properties at these sites.

Significant clients Herbert Group, Murdock Property Group, Ducales Capital, IMC Cinema Group, Marcol Group.

Notable practitioners

Anne Skeggs is noted for her expertise in commercial acquisitions and leaseholds. She specialises in distressed property. Her clients describe her as "incredibly astute and very commercial."

Anna-Marie McAlinden acts for retailers, hoteliers and investors on a range of commercial property deals. She also works on residential development sites. Clients say: "Anna-Marie combines a wealth of experience of both Northern Ireland law and English law along with a commercial approach to getting the deal done."

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Band 1

Tughans

From the Chambers UK guide

Head of department Phyllis Agnew is an experienced commercial property lawyer who advises on the full life cycle of real estate assets. She is also active in the property investment and funds space.

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Band 1

A&L Goodbody

From the Chambers UK guide

The "very pragmatic" Mark Blair is highly experienced in commercial and residential property transactions. His clients include institutional investors.

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Band 1

Carson McDowell

From the Chambers UK guide

"Fount of knowledge" Rosemary Carson heads the firm's real estate department and is described by her clients as a "leader in the field of property." She advises on high-profile commercial property deals and developments, and is especially active in the retail sector.

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Band 1

Cleaver Fulton Rankin

From the Chambers UK guide

Kathryn Collie acts for developers and businesses in acquisitions, disposals and leasings. She is particularly active in the hotel sector. Clients say: "Kathryn is extremely diligent, very attentive and provides timely responses. She always takes time to understand and consider the wider context relating to the matter and our business and brings solutions." 

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Band 1

Andrea McIlroy-Rose

Pinsent Masons

From the Chambers UK guide

Andrea McIlroy-Rose is "cool and calm under pressure," according to her clients. As head of the Belfast property team, she has significant experience across retail property, student accommodation and residential portfolio management.

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Band 1

DWF LLP

From the Chambers UK guide

Mark Tinman is a leading real estate practitioner with experience in all aspects of commercial property, including high street and retail park transactions. He specialises in landlord and tenant work. He "always works commercially in his clients' best interests," according to sources.

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Band 2

Davidson McDonnell

From the Chambers UK guide

Ross Davidson of Davidson McDonnell has expertise in a broad array of commercial property work. He acts on significant developments, acquisitions and property management matters.

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Band 2

Millar McCall Wylie

From the Chambers UK guide

Head of department Peter McCall advises on a range of commercial property work, including investment portfolios. He acts on transactions involving office blocks, residential development sites, shopping centres and other retail outlets. One client says: "I find Peter McCall a pleasure to deal with. He is a solutions-driven practitioner and can bring a wide range of problem-solving skills to ensure a positive outcome."

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Band 2

Carson McDowell

From the Chambers UK guide

Dawson McConkey is well versed in acquisitions, disposals and lettings. One client remarks: "I can't speak highly enough about working with him. He is very responsive, very intelligent, always had a sense of humour and got us through the process very quickly and smoothly. We felt we were in good hands the entire time."

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Band 2

Mills Selig

From the Chambers UK guide

Anne Skeggs is noted for her expertise in commercial acquisitions and leaseholds. She specialises in distressed property. Her clients describe her as "incredibly astute and very commercial."

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Band 2

Arthur Cox

From the Chambers UK guide

Alastair Todd works on domestic and international property deals, predominately for commercial clients. He heads the firm's property team. "I have found him approachable, easy to get hold of, responsive and commercially minded," says a client. "His ability to deal with potential issues before they arise is second to none."  

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Band 2

Arthur Cox

From the Chambers UK guide

Rowan White is praised for being "very experienced, efficient and pleasant to deal with." He has a wealth of experience advising institutional investors and developers on commercial property transactions.

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Band 3

TLT NI LLP

From the Chambers UK guide

Judith Allen of TLT NI LLP provides clients with advice on a range of real estate matters, including retail leasing, acquisitions, disposals and finance. She also acts on property matters arising out of insolvency.

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Band 3

Carson McDowell

From the Chambers UK guide

Emma Cooper works predominately in the energy sector. Her broad real estate expertise covers financing, site assembly, development and letting. She works on behalf of energy companies, developers, investors and funders.

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Band 3

Millar McCall Wylie

From the Chambers UK guide

Simon Fleming acts for investors and developers on commercial property matters. He specialises in retail, rental and leasing. One client remarks: "His language is clear and concise, and he gets things done." 

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Band 3

Tughans

From the Chambers UK guide

David Jones advises on significant developments and disposals. His other areas of expertise include real estate funds and investment portfolios. Clients say: "He is extremely commercial and has actively protected our interests through precise and forensic work."

^ See whole ranking table

Band 3

Anna-Marie McAlinden

Mills Selig

From the Chambers UK guide

Anna-Marie McAlinden acts for retailers, hoteliers and investors on a range of commercial property deals. She also works on residential development sites. Clients say: "Anna-Marie combines a wealth of experience of both Northern Ireland law and English law along with a commercial approach to getting the deal done."

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Band 3

Davidson McDonnell

From the Chambers UK guide

David McDonnell of Davidson McDonnell assists his clients with property transactions and leasings. He also has a wealth of experience in investment property portfolios.

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Band 3

MKB Law

From the Chambers UK guide

Gordon McElroy of MKB Law has a broad practice which covers acquisitions, disposals, site assembly, development and planning. His clients include real estate investors.

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Band 3

Tughans

From the Chambers UK guide

James Pringle's real estate practice encompasses transactions, portfolio refinancings, and landlord and tenant matters. He is especially sought after by investors in retail acquisitions.

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Band 3

Edwards & Co

From the Chambers UK guide

David Sturgess of Edwards & Co specialises in social housing, and his clients include a number of housing associations. Clients say: "He provided excellent service. He was technically very competent and had a very impressive knowledge of the local property market."

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Band 3

DWF LLP

From the Chambers UK guide

Donald Thompson acts on a range of real estate investment transactions for developers, investors and banks. He also advises on retail spaces and care homes.

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Band 3

McCartan Turkington Breen

From the Chambers UK guide

Aleric Turtle of McCartan Turkington Breen acts for purchasers and sellers on a variety of real estate transactions. He specialises in the refinancing of commercial premises. Sources say: "He has the whole package required to be an excellent property legal adviser."

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Up and Coming

Cleaver Fulton Rankin

From the Chambers UK guide

Joe Marley is "extremely professional, diligent and thorough," according to clients. He heads the property team, where he works on commercial and mixed-use developments. His clients include major retailers, healthcare providers and developers.

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Up and Coming

Tughans

From the Chambers UK guide

Joe Moore acts for retail and hospitality companies, as well as private equity firms, on a broad range of commercial and investment property deals. He is also adept at handling leasing and licensing matters.

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Up and Coming

TLT NI LLP

From the Chambers UK guide

Kevin Murphy of TLT NI LLP is described as "very helpful" and "very affable" by his clients. His practice focuses on commercial and industrial property, as well as transactions in the energy and hospitality sectors.

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Star Associate

Caldwell & Robinson

From the Chambers UK guide

Senior associate Barry Donnelly of Caldwell & Robinson heads the firm's commercial property practice. He advises on commercial leases and transactions for a variety of clients, including health, education and investment groups. Clients are "very impressed" with his advice and guidance.

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