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Julian Hindmarsh

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Howard Kennedy LLP

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Real Estate


Partner and Head of Real Estate. Julian specialises in commercial property, particularly in acquisition (i.e. roll-out programmes) and disposal work, both freehold and leasehold particularly in relation to the retail and leisure sector. This also involves asset management portfolio work. Additional areas of previous experience include investment, development and insolvency property work. Julian’s clients range from high-profile national operators in the retail and leisure sectors to SMEs.

London: Real estate

Commercial property

Within: Commercial property

Howard Kennedy LLP¬†is ‚Äėan excellent firm for leasing and and property management‚Äô matters and is ‚Äėwidely recognised as a market leader in the retail and hospitality sectors‚Äô. Restaurant sector head Adam Walford¬†is acting for Patty&Bun in relation to its restaurant expansion strategy, while Eric Gummers¬†has experience with corporate real estate mandates in the hotel sector. Department head¬†Julian Hindmarsh¬†also leads the retail group, which handles a range of property issues for luxury retailers such as Pandora, Antler, and new clients Cifonelli and Oliver Peoples. Mark Johnstone¬†heads the development practice, which is especially active in the residential space; Kate Woodgate¬†is acting for a development joint venture in relation to the delivery of several hundred homes as part of a significant development project in London. Charles Maxwell¬†is a contact in the investment team, Denise Condon¬†heads the residential development sales group and Vanessa Laundon¬†is an active senior associate in the department.

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