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Iconic Luxury Properties – Park Crescent

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Park Crescent : a substantial part of one of the most recognisable terraces in London, on the edge of Regent’s Park was bought by clients Amazon Properties in just under three days in 2013. Amazon have, since then, been restoring and developing the site into 20 luxury homes, priced between… Continue reading →

Dukelease crowned top prize winner at Evening Standard Home Awards

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On 20 May at the Dorchester hotel, one of Brecher’s key clients, Dukelease, together with Rolfe Judd, took home the Evening Standard Home Award for ‘Best Conversion’ and the prestigious ‘Grand Prix Award’ for their property development, Artisan. Judged by industry experts and Evening Standard readers, the awards recognised excellence… Continue reading →

The London Legal Walk 2016

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On Monday 16 May a team from Brecher will be taking part in the 10K London Legal Walk to raise funds in support of the London Legal Support Trust, an independent charity which helps the poorest and most vulnerable people in our community gain access to justice. This will be… Continue reading →

Time to act on conflicts of interest in property, study warns

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Belinda Solomon, Partner in our Real Estate Practice, has served as a source for a recently-published landmark study by the University of Leeds. The study, the first of its kind, investigated the spread and consequences of conflicts of interest to advise the provision of commercial property agents acting on both… Continue reading →

MIPIM Diaries #2

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The Budget did not go down well in Cannes, reports Brecher’s Nicky Richmond in her latest missive from MIPIM… Its like a stag party, said the client, but with business cards… It seems incredible but only it’s only a day a half since I arrived and it already feels like I’ve been here… Continue reading →