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Linklaters LLP

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ONE SILK STREET, LONDON, EC2Y 8HQ, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 020 7456 2000
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Fax 020 7456 2222
DX:
10 LONDON CITY EC3
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Web:
www.linklaters.com
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Patrick Plant

Tel:
Work 020 7456 4718
Email:
Web:
www.linklaters.com/AboutUs/OurPeople/Pages/PatrickPlant.aspx
Linklaters LLP

Work Department

Real estate.

Position

As a senior partner in the firm’s Real Estate Department, Patrick has considerable experience in real estate transactions, advising investors, developers, lenders and tenants on all aspects of commercial real estate in the UK.

Patrick has advised on numerous international real estate projects on behalf of listed real estate companies, sovereign wealth funds and investment banks in Asia, the Middle East and Continental Europe.

Patrick also has specialist expertise in hotel and leisure properties, including management and franchise agreements.

Patrick was seconded to the firm’s Hong Kong and Frankfurt offices, and has worked in Australia as a corporate lawyer for a major Australian law firm.

Work highlights

  • Throughout his career, Patrick has led on many of the market’s major commercial real estate transactions. Highlights include advising:
  • a major US corporate on the acquisition and the development of an iconic new European HQ in London
  • Ramsbury on the acquisition of the Debenhams store, Oxford Street, and the former Dickins & Jones building on Regent Street, London
  • a major European bank on the development of its new London HQ
  • a major US investment bank on the development of its new European HQ
  • InterContinental Hotel Group (IHG) on the sale and manage back of a portfolio of Holiday Inn hotels in the UK, the market’s first major sale and manage back transaction
  • HSBC on its sale and leaseback at Canary Wharf
  • the Safra family on its acquisition of Plantation Place, London
  • Allied London on the development, leasing and subsequent investment sales at Spinningfields, Manchester
  • Linklaters on its own UK and global premises strategy

Career

Assistant solicitor Linklaters 1986-89; Mallesons Stephen Jaques, Sydney 1989-90; Linklaters 1990-94; partner 1994-2003; partner and global head of real estate, London 2003-11.

Member

Patrick is a Board Member of the British Library, a Council Member of the Royal College of Art, Trustee of the Royal Society for Blind Children and an Honorary Lecturer in Law at the University of Manchester.

Education

Manchester University (1983 LLB Hons); College of Law, Chester (1984 Law Society Part 2 Examinations).


London: Real estate

Commercial property: corporate occupiers

Within: Commercial property: corporate occupiers

Linklaters LLP's ‚Äėexcellent' real estate team¬†represents domestic and international investors, developers and occupiers on premium investments, high-value regeneration and developments and lettings. Practice head Andy Bruce¬†is highly recommended and experienced in financing, development, acquisition, letting and disposal matters across the UK and Europe. In a recent highlight for the practice, a team led by Patrick Plant¬†advised Malaysian investors on the ¬£1.6bn purchase of a stake in the Battersea power station redevelopment project. Simon Price¬†has notable experience with structured investments and is also possesses expert knowledge of the hotels sector, while the 'exceptional' Martin Elliott¬†leads the development team.

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Commercial property: development

Within: Commercial property: development

Linklaters LLP's ‚Äėexcellent' real estate team¬†represents domestic and international investors, developers and occupiers on premium investments, high-value regeneration and developments and lettings. Practice head Andy Bruce¬†is highly recommended and experienced in financing, development, acquisition, letting and disposal matters across the UK and Europe. In a recent highlight for the practice, a team led by Patrick Plant¬†advised Malaysian investors on the ¬£1.6bn purchase of a stake in the Battersea power station redevelopment project. Simon Price¬†has notable experience with structured investments and is also possesses expert knowledge of the hotels sector, while the 'exceptional' Martin Elliott¬†leads the development team.

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Commercial property: hotels and leisure

Within: Commercial property: hotels and leisure

Linklaters LLP's ‚Äėexcellent' real estate team¬†represents domestic and international investors, developers and occupiers on premium investments, high-value regeneration and developments and lettings. Practice head Andy Bruce¬†is highly recommended and experienced in financing, development, acquisition, letting and disposal matters across the UK and Europe. In a recent highlight for the practice, a team led by Patrick Plant¬†advised Malaysian investors on the ¬£1.6bn purchase of a stake in the Battersea power station redevelopment project. Simon Price¬†has notable experience with structured investments and is also possesses expert knowledge of the hotels sector, while the 'exceptional' Martin Elliott¬†leads the development team.

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Commercial property: investment

Within: Commercial property: investment

Linklaters LLP's ‚Äėexcellent' real estate team¬†represents domestic and international investors, developers and occupiers on premium investments, high-value regeneration and developments and lettings. Practice head Andy Bruce¬†is highly recommended and experienced in financing, development, acquisition, letting and disposal matters across the UK and Europe. In a recent highlight for the practice, a team led by Patrick Plant¬†advised Malaysian investors on the ¬£1.6bn purchase of a stake in the Battersea power station redevelopment project. Simon Price¬†has notable experience with structured investments and is also possesses expert knowledge of the hotels sector, while the 'exceptional' Martin Elliott¬†leads the development team.

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