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  • Store 21 Advisory

    Working closely with our client’s legal advisors, Fladgate LLP, we have been appointed by Alok Industries, the Indian parent company of Store Twenty One, to assist in their attempt to avoid the insolvency of the UK retailer with over 200 stores and 2000 staff.

  • Islington

    We are delighted to have advised our long standing clients Soho Housing Association on the acquisition of Judd House, 18/29 Mora Street, EC1, a 21,000 sq ft vacant building.

  • The Hope, Chichester

    Foundation’s No.8 managed fund has purchased this former public house on the A286 in Chichester.

  • The Fox, Havant

    Foundation’s No.8 managed fund has purchased this former public house in Prospect Lane, Havant. Planning will be submitted for the development of 7 houses, and terms have been agreed for the letting of the existing building to One Stop. Completed value £1.5m.

     

  • The Foundry, Vauxhall

    We are particularly proud to have advised on the acquisition of London’s new Social Justice and Human Rights Centre.

  • Kensington Square

    Acting for our off-shore client we are delighted to have concluded the sale of 14 Kensington Square for £12.25m utilising the agency skills of Ashwell Rogers and Savills.

  • Bath

    We have been appointed to advise the Ethical Property Company on their asset, Green Street Station in Bath, a long-lease from Sainsbury’s who occupy the adjacent store.

  • Gosport

    Acting on behalf of our No.8 managed fund, we are pleased to have purchased the former Madelines public house in Forton Road, Gosport.

  • Kensington Square

    Acting as development Consultant for off-shore owners of a former office building in Kensington Square, and utilising the skills of Nathaniel Litchfield planning consultants and Giles Quarme architects…..

  • Sanctuary Housing

    Following our appointment in January to advise Sanctuary Housing on the disposal of their 8,500 sf former supported housing HQ in Tabard Street, SE1, and our previous strategic advice on the property, a sale has…..

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