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Eversheds Sutherland (International) LLP

1 WOOD STREET, CHEAPSIDE, LONDON, EC2V 7WS, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 020 7919 4500
Fax:
Fax 020 7919 4919
DX:
154280 CHEAPSIDE 8
Email:
Web:
www.eversheds-sutherland.com

Richard Lampert

Tel:
Work +44 207 919 4667
Email:
Eversheds Sutherland

Work Department

Richard is a partner in our real estate group, focussing upon our institutional client base, property companies and, more recently, high net-worth overseas investors.

Experience includes:

  • Fund establishments, both regulated and unregulated.
  • Indirect real estate including setting up joint venture vehicles, carry arrangements, and corporate wrapped property dealings.
  • Acquisition and disposal of numerous shopping centres and their asset management for a variety of clients.
  • Developments, acquisitions and disposals of warehouse stock around the UK's airports.
  • City centre redevelopments of offices, retail and leisure complexes, along with sales and acquisitions.
  • Acquisition and development of data centres, together with operational and property contracts.

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Position

Partner


London: Real estate

Commercial property

Within: Commercial property

‘Uber impressive in every aspect of its real estate service’, Eversheds Sutherland (International) LLP advises inward investors, REITs and major institutional players on development projects and large single asset and portfolio investment transactions. In the student housing space, Nicholas Bartlett advised LetterOne on the £870m sale of a portfolio of student housing to iQ, which represented 5% of the student housing market in London. Richard Lampert acted for Avanton in connection with the site assembly for a mixed-use development at Old Kent Road, including the pre-sale of social housing units to A2Dominion. Additionally, Angus Ford assisted Grainger with its purchase of 234 units of a PRS scheme in Sheffield. Lee Jackson advised China Cinda Asset Management on its £500m acquisition of a portfolio of 26 UK-based hotels from Bain Capital. The team is well-known in the hotel and leisure space, where Susan Samuel acted for Hilton Worldwide in relation to the sale of three Hilton hotels and the negotiation of a franchise agreement with the client’s landlord for those hotels. Samuel also advised Yum! Brands on the refranchising of 200 UK KFC stores, which involved the transfer of title to 14 separate franchisees. The group has also been involved in a number of headline letting transactions, which included department head Bruce Dear advising Facebook UK on the lease arrangements for its new West End HQ, and Tom Goldsmith acting for Expedia in relation to the high-value tripartite lease agreement for its new European HQ in Islington. Similarly, Dear advised KPMG on the sale and leaseback of its Canary Wharf HQ, while landlord instructions included acting for Blackstone on the complete letting arrangements for the Adelphi Building in London’s West End.

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