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Nicky Stewart

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Howard Kennedy LLP

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Real Estate


Partner. Nicky is a member of the real estate team with over 25 years’ experience dealing with commercial property deals. She specialises in retail, landlord and tenant, business property acquisition and disposal, asset management portfolio work, particularly in the serviced office market sector and general investment work. Nicky acts for a number of household names, including UNISON, Pitney Bowes, Tate & Lyle, GUESS Jeans and various other retailers and property companies.


Trained DJ Freeman; qualified 1988; partner Howard Kennedy 2003.


Law Society.


Manchester University (LLB Hons 1st).


Running (ran London Marathon in 2014 for first time), travelling, family, walking the dog.

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