18th August 2015
Pippa Beesley, Construction Partner, looks into the added layers of complexity developers could face.
The latest property tie-up with a Dubai developer and fashion house Versace offers a new opportunity for developers looking to build prime property in the capital
For many, Dubai is the world’s capital of luxury and wealth. It is a place where brands and branded goods are important and big business. Therefore it only seems right that Dubai hosts some of the world’s most stylish, fashion-forward homes – Prada, Versace and now Bulgari have all designed the interiors of some of Dubai’s newest and most exclusive apartments.
Now it seems Dubai developer Damac International is bringing a slice of this Middle Eastern branded luxury to London, partnering with Versace to build 360 flats in the so-called ‘Jenga’ tower in Nine Elms. The development is set to open in 2020 and some of the flats will sell for around £4 million. It has been reported that the property buyers will be flown out to Milan to discuss the interior design with a Versace consultant. The Italian design house, famous for its OTT eighties style, will be in charge of all details – right down to branded taps, tiles and tableware.
The full article can be read in Construction News magazine or on their website.
Andrew Knorpel serves a number of recent developments across a variety of areas in employment law and practice
Sophie Banks looks into the further important decision relating to the employment status of “gig economy” workers.
Gemma James looks at premises sharing for suppliers who need to meet the expectation of a swift despatch and delivery by being in multiple locations