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Montreaux: Stone Foundries Purchase

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Paul Murray acted on behalf of Montreaux Charlton Developments Limited in connection with their exchange of unconditional contracts for the purchase of the Stone Foundries site in Charlton from Langham Land Limited. The site was previously and is currently being used for the production of high integrity aluminium and magnesium… Continue reading →

Ibex House Purchase

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Brecher LLP acted for Henderson Park in a joint venture with Dukelease Properties on the acquisition of Ibex House, 42-47 The Minories from a Middle East Institutional Seller. Ibex House is an iconic multi let Art Deco 1930s office building. The acquisition, which is the largest single office acquisition in the… Continue reading →

Pluto Finance Funds 216 Unit Scheme

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Pluto Finance has closed a new £35 million stretch senior residential development loan to Elevate Property Group for a new 216-unit apartment scheme in Ashford, Kent. Greg Dunne, Senior Lending Manager at Pluto Finance, comments: “Ashford has undergone significant regeneration in the past five years and the influx of investment… Continue reading →

Our Property Finance Team is expanding

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The firm is delighted to announce the arrival of Charles Bezzant (Partner) and Kate George (Partner) together with Penelope Cockburn-Upward (NQ) adding strength and depth to their current team. Charles brings 20 years’ experience of acting on a wide range of real estate and finance aspects of property investment and… Continue reading →

Success in the Turks & Caicos Islands

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Brecher LLP (led by James Clarke) are instructed by Mr Alexander Vik in complex litigation spanning several jurisdictions. The latest chapter of the litigation has been fought in the Turks & Caicos Islands with a heavily contested hearing before the Court of Appeal of the Turks & Caicos Islands. The… Continue reading →

Practice Direction – Insolvency Proceedings 2018

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Practice Direction – Insolvency Proceedings 2018 On 25 April 2018 a new Insolvency Practice Direction came into force with immediate effect (PDIP 2018). Its purpose is to bring the insolvency practice directions into alignment with the procedural requirements under the Insolvency Rules 2016 and the new Business and Property Courts… Continue reading →