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Anthony Burnett-Scott

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Work 020 7831 9222
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Macfarlanes LLP

Work Department

Real estate.

Position

Partner with a significant and varied real estate practice and wide experience in all forms of commercial property work. He acts for a number of developers and property companies as well as banks and other corporate end users. He has particular expertise in property development, acquisitions and disposals, lettings, PFI and real estate partnerships.

Career

Partner Ashurst 1999; partner Macfarlanes 2013.


London: Real estate

Commercial property

Within: Commercial property

Macfarlanes LLP¬†‚Äėdemonstrates a reliable accessibility, and a willingness to turn around documents quickly‚Äô in ‚Äėcomplex corporate real estate‚Äô matters. The team has been involved in many of the market‚Äôs busiest asset classes including PRS, where Anthony Burnett-Scott¬†is acting for Legal & General in relation to PRS developments in Bath and Birmingham, and student accommodation, where Dan Marriott¬†advised Canadian investor Realstar Group on its acquisition of a block of student housing in Hammersmith. Burnett-Scott also acted for Legal & General in relation to the forward funding of development office sites in Cardiff, Liverpool, Bristol and Birmingham totalling 850,000ft. Tom Peddar, who is a key figure in the letting practice, advised The Economist Newspaper on the lease agreement for its new HQ in The Adelphi building near Charing Cross. Major landlord clients include Intu Properties, Derwent London and Stanhope. The team also has expertise in single-asset and portfolio transactions in the hotel sector. Indeed, Dominic Cunliffe¬†and Simon Perry¬†assisted Fonci√®re des R√©gions with its ¬£858m acquisition of 14 hotels from Starwood Capital, and also acted for Abu Dhabi-based Lulu Group International in relation to its acquisition of the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in Edinburgh. Other investment highlights include Nick Barnes¬†advising Supermarket Income REIT on three supermarket acquisitions totalling ¬£151m. Also recommended are Ian Nisse,¬†Clare Breeze, Steven Pitchford¬†and Gerald Kelly, who has been involved in significant joint venture development and investment mandates.

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