Real Estate

Real Estate

Our award-winning team cuts across global boundaries and comprises specialists in investment, development, corporate, funds, finance, tax, planning, environmental and dispute resolution.

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Change and opportunity in the global Real Estate sector

James Crookes, global Head of Real Estate at Pinsent Masons, discusses some of the macro-trends shaping the sector today.

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Out-Law / Your daily need to know in Real Estate

Our latest work

Our advisers act on domestic and international projects of all shapes and sizes, working with many of the leading names across this diverse sector. Browse our experience below, or use the filters to look-up recent work in particular geographies and legal disciplines.

    Meet the team

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    Claire Hughes

    Partner, Head of Client Relationships - Real Estate

    Claire is Head of the London Property Practice and Head of Client Relationships for our Global Real Estate Sector. Under Claire’s leadership in managing the London Property Team we have succeeded in winning a number of strategic clients as well as achieving recognition through industry awards including the Legal 500 Real Estate Team of the Year.

    Claire Hughes
    Dr. Wolfram Pätzold

    Rechtsanwalt, Partner, Head of Real Estate, Germany

    Wolfram specialises in the Real estate sector.

    Ptzold Wolfram
    James Crookes

    Partner, Head of Real Estate and Property

    James leads our Real Estate Global Sector, and is Head of our Property Group.

    Crookes James
    José Luis García-Manso

    Partner

    José Luis García-Manso is the Pinsent Masons Partner in charge of Madrid Real Estate team. He has extensive experience in commercial real estate transactions, including acquisitions, acquisition/disposal-related real estate transactions, forward-funding agreements, letting, sale & leaseback, restructuring and real estate M&A.

    José Luis García-Manso
    Kevin Collins

    Partner

    Kevin is one of Ireland’s leading real estate lawyers specialising in property and energy transactions. He advises developers, investors and funders on all aspects of real estate development, investment and financing including site assembly, leasing, asset management, access and services.

    Philip Corfield-Smith

    Partner

    Philip is the head of the Real Estate department in the Middle East, having practiced in the region since 2006. He and his team regularly advise on the region's largest and most complex real estate, development, hospitality, education and infrastructure projects. He regularly advises governments, master/sub developers, leading hotel owners/operators, education owners/operators, international/local investors, global contractors and corporations.

    Corfield-Smith Philip
    Robert Moir

    Partner

    Robert leads our nationwide and international Corporate Real Estate team.

    Moir Robert
    Tom Ferrier

    Partner

    Tom leads our investment and asset management team in Scotland.

    Ferrier Tom

    Our expertise, at your disposal

    With over 430 partners and 3000 people around the world, we are well-placed to support you across a full range of legal and advisory services.

    Latest press releases

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    Pinsent Masons advises Ebbsfleet Development Corporation on critical land acquisition for garden city project

    International law firm Pinsent Masons has advised Ebbsfleet Development Corporation (EDC) on the acquisition of land from Ebbsfleet Investment GP Limited for a landmark regeneration project.

    Increase in average prison sentence length for tax evasion - now over two and a half years

    There was a 10% rise in the average prison sentence length for tax evasion last year jumping to 2 years 7 months*, up from 2 years 5 months, says Pinsent Masons, the international law firm.

    More Mindful Business Charter signings on World Mental Health Day

    On World Mental Health day and, one year since the launch of the Mindful Business Charter (MBC), 17 more organisations are adopting the Charter's pledge to change avoidable working practices that can affect mental health and wellbeing.