Residential Property .

Mundays' team of experienced property lawyers has built up a strong reputation for driving property deals through, however complex, and whatever the timescale. 

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The UK property market is a critical part of the UK economy, and one which is constantly evolving.

Whether you are developing a new site, expanding your portfolio, taking on new premises or buying to your dream home keeping up with the pace at which the market is changing can be challenging.

We deal with all types of property including residential homes, development sites (including brownfield sites), offices, industrial or warehouse units, shops and licensed premises.

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Kevin Healy.

Partner (Head of Residential Property)

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Mundays' team has a full-service property team handling a wide variety of both residential and commercial real estate matters, including development and finance issues. Regularly assists clients in the healthcare and retail sectors, as well as high net worth individuals, with high-value acquisitions and disposals.
Chambers & Partners UK
The 'excellent' team at Mundays LLP provides 'a London quality of service at a provincial cost and offers a superb service'. The team is a popular choice due to its expertise in commercial, residential and retail matters and related financing. It is particularly active in the hotel and leisure sectors and in recent work is advising a real estate developer on all aspects of the development of a 300-room hotel complex. The team is also assisting well-known clients with mandates including secured lending linked to properties in the UK and commercial lease renewals. Kevin Healy and Victor Barker are 'particularly strong in all aspects of development site acquisitions, sales, and in negotiating complex agreements with land owners and other parties' and Gemma James' broad expertise includes conventional and Islamic finance.
The Legal 500 UK

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