Rich is an experienced commercial real estate lawyer with a strong focus on the provision of commercial and solution-driven advice.
Rich’s practice spans a wide range of industry sectors. He regularly advises on the financing, investment and divestment, development and management of commercial property and residential estates.
- Property Investment and Development Companies
- Landlords and Tenants
- Charities and NGO’s
- Insolvency Practitioners
- Banks and Financial Institutions
- Business Owners and Managers
- Private investors, family offices and HNWI’s
- Hoteliers and restaurant owners/operators
- Representing Diabetes UK on their London and regional office portfolio.
- Acting for administrators and lenders on a wide variety of lettings and disposals of commercial and residential property developments, including a block of 18 residential apartments in Brentwood, and a former RAF base in East Anglia comprising approximately 200 residential units with the development potential for a further 91 new homes.
- Advising the Electoral Reform Society on its property acquisition and development of new offices in Bermondsey.
- Advising an established and leading flexible office provider on some of its key sites across London and dealing with managed office leases and facilities/services agreements.
- Providing advice to AECOM Infrastructure & Environment UK in connection with operational offices in England.
- Acting for FM Conway, a leading infrastructure services company, in connection with the property aspects of corporate acquisitions, financing and property management.
- Advising charities on the development and management of complex and high profiles sites.
- Advising a leading shopping centre manager on all aspects of the acquisition, development and leasing of retail centres across England.
Previous Law Firms
- Kingsley Napley
- Bates Wells Braithwaite
- Shepherd & Wedderburn
- Current Chairman of ULI UK NEXT, a non-profit organisation providing leadership in the responsible use of land and in creating and sustaining thriving communities
- Cardiff Centre for Professional Legal Studies
- Cardiff University