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Andrew Collins

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Howard Kennedy LLP

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Real estate.


Partner. Andrew specialises in commercial property work. Andrew’s experience includes acting for a range of institutions, property companies and other investors dealing with acquisitions and disposals of all types of commercial property, landlord and tenant matters and related property finance. In addition, Andrew does undertake some residential property work for commercial clients as well as some development work to include site assembly and related plot sales.


Trained Birkbeck Montagu’s; qualified 1987; partner Howard Kennedy 1997.


Law Society.


Crowborough Beacon; University of North London; College of Law, Lancaster Gate.


Watching Chelsea and travel to USA.

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