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Gateley Plc

ONE ELEVEN, EDMUND STREET, BIRMINGHAM, B3 2HJ, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 0121 234 0000
Fax:
Fax 0121 234 0001
DX:
13033 BIRMINGHAM-1
Email:
Web:
www.gateleyplc.com
Birmingham, Dubai, Leeds, Leicester, London, Manchester and 2 more

Pam Scott

Tel:
Work +44 (0) 121 234 0224
Email:
Web:
gateleyplc.com/
Gateley Plc

Work Department

Residential development.

Position

Pam specialises in residential development work, acting for housebuilders on the acquisition of development sites including mixed-use schemes and regeneration projects accessing land from the HCA through DPP and PLI schemes. She also acts for a number of developers in accessing all types of grant and on disposals of affordable homes to Registered Providers. Recent successes include acting for regenerating housebuilders on HCA former colliery sites in Doncaster and Leeds and advising a number of housebuilder clients on Help to Buy. Pam heads the plot team in the residential development unit in England.

Career

Trained Bower Cotton and Bower; qualified 1995; assistant solicitor; Eversheds LLP assistant, senior associate 1996-2004; Gateley 2004, partner 2008 to date.

Education

Leicester University (LLB Hons); College of Law Chester (LSF).

Leisure

Pam enjoys spending time with her three children and is a governor of Cranmore Infant School, Solihull.


West Midlands: Real estate

Commercial property: Birmingham

Within: Commercial property: Birmingham

Gateley Plc handles a mix of work, with a particularly strong roster of work for housebuilders. Callum Nuttall  advised Harworth Group on promoting a scheme to develop 3,000 homes near Derby, while Richard Pettifor continues to advise the consortium backing the Langley Sustainable Urban Extension, which is a proposed 6,000-unit residential development in the West Midlands. In addition, Tim Ledger is acting for Keepmoat Homes on an £80m development on the banks of the River Soar in Leicester. Pamela Scott advises a consortium of two housebuilders and a social housing provider on the purchase of sites as part of the Hull Citywide Framework. Robert Thompson is also a name of note for major house-building developments, while Ray Simpson advised Regal on financing its plan to construct Birmingham’s tallest residential tower. Away from housebuilding, Pettifor advises Mountpark Logistics on a speculative commercial development in Warrington, and Soulplane on developing a logistics property near Manchester Airport. James Madill advised Avignon Capital on the acquisition of a long-term lease of the arts complex in Southampton’s Cultural Quarter. Rebecca Sherwin advises HSBC on real estate finance matters. James White advised Gymshark on letting a new headquarters in Solihull. Andrew Mellor is now at Shakespeare Martineau LLP.

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