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  • Commercial Real Estate

Consultant Robin Holmes handles a wide range of matters and has considerable experience of investment acquisitions, sales, lettings and development agreements.  He also acts for tenants taking major office buildings and department stores on pre-letting agreements. Robin has developed particular expertise in the leisure sector, through his handling of lettings to major hotel operators.

Robin has significant experience of handling complex development agreements, acting for both landowners and developers.  He enjoys the challenge of being involved from the very outset of new development schemes.

Additionally, Robin regularly works alongside the firm’s banking specialists on property finance matters. 

Some of Robin’s most notable recent projects include acting for London Underground Limited on a development agreement at Hammersmith Grove providing for a long lease to be granted to the Developer at a geared ground rent. He also advised Burghley House Preservation Trust through the relocation of Stamford AFC from its site in the centre of Stamford to a new site which is being shared with New College Stamford, then the subsequent sale of the old site to a residential developer. 

Robin recently acted for the Kennel Club helping it to move to a new and enlarged building within Clarges Street, as part of the redevelopment scheme at Clarges Street, Bolton Street and Piccadilly. The new building was achieved at no cost to the organisation.

Robin qualified as a solicitor in 1978.

  • "Robin Holmes has a very wide knowledge of all aspects of law affecting property",  Legal 500

    Robin is "head and shoulders above the competition",  Legal 500

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