Sue Hall

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Sue Hall

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What she's best at:

Sue has wide experience of development work, including town centre redevelopment schemes, shopping centres and retail parks and all kinds of commercial property development; and mixed use/mixed tenure residential/commercial development schemes including social and affordable housing. She also deals with commercial leasing transactions and sales and purchases of investment properties. She is a member of the Chartered Institute of Housing.

Who she works for:

  • Developers
  • Institutional Investors
  • Local authorities
  • Landlords
  • Occupiers
  • Charities
  • Housing Associations
  • Churches
  • Management Companies

 

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Key Achievements:

  • Acting for Coal Industry Pension Funds in relation to town centre developments in Durham, Wigan and Sheffield.
  • Acting for Developers in relation to major retail schemes in Bath, Ellesmere Port, and Staines.
  • Acting on sales and Purchases of retail, office and mixed use schemes (one scheme developed, sold, bought for different client and sold again) for Warner Estates, Axa, Capital & Regional, Benchmark, London & Regional.
  • Acting for local authorities in relation to central area developments in Bath, Bromley, Elmbridge, and Truro.
  • Acting for housing associations including London & Quadrant, Genesis and Peabody in relation to numerous developments including major schemes in Stratford, Chelmsford, Marylebone, and Elephant and Castle
  • Acting for Genesis Housing Association in relation to its joint venture with Grainger Property Trust plc to acquire a large residential portfolio from the Church Commissioners.
  • Acting for housing associations including London & Quadrant and Circle Anglia in relation to acquiring head office leasehold premises and advising on dilapidations and management matters.
  • Acting for developers in relation to disposals of affordable housing elements of residential developments schemes including Frist Base, Ballymore and Galliard, and advising on Help to Buy schemes.
  • Acting for independent churches and Anglican dioceses in relation to property matters including development and regeneration.
  • Acting for charities in relation to operational and investment properties.

Previous Law Firms: 

  • Howard Kennedy
  • Devonshires
  • Olswang
  • D.J Freeman
  • Wilde Sapte

Previous Businesses:

  • British Coal

Education:

  • London School of Economics and Political Science (LLB)
  • College of Law
  • Solictor

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