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Mills & Reeve LLP

BOTANIC HOUSE, 100 HILLS ROAD, CAMBRIDGE, CB2 1PH, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 0344 880 2666
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122891 CAMBRIDGE 4
Email:
Web:
www.mills-reeve.com
Mills & Reeve LLP, Richard Noble, Cambridge, ENGLAND

Richard Noble

Tel:
Work 01223 222399
Email:
Mills & Reeve LLP

Work Department

Real estate.

Position

Partner – Richard is a knowledgeable and pragmatic real estate lawyer with extensive experience of acting for institutions, investors, landowners and developers on all of their real estate needs involving leases, management work, acquisitions and disposals.  Richard has a particular expertise in property development work leading large and complex redevelopment projects involving development agreements, options, joint ventures, joint promotion, overage, highways and infrastructure agreements. Richard has led large scale projects which have involved relocating substantial institutions from their multi-sited existing premises to new premises. Richard works extensively in the education sector and the charity sector and has led many campus redevelopment projects. Examples of Richard’s work include acting for the University of West London on the acquisition of its Paragon Campus, a strategically important development for the University and acting for Bournemouth University on a strategically important acquisition to expand its town centre, Lansdowne campus.  Another of Richard’s large projects is the £330m campus relocation for the University of Northampton involving the move of the University from two campuses to a new town centre campus.

Career

Trained Eversheds; qualified 1995; solicitor Eversheds 1995-97; solicitor Mills & Reeve 1997-2003; associate 2003-08; partner 2008.

Member

Interlaw

Education

The Perse School; The University of Hull (1991 BSc Hons Geography); Coventry University (CPE); The College of Law, York (Law Society Finals).

Leisure

Gardening, cooking, cycling.

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