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Eversheds Sutherland (International) LLP

KETT HOUSE, STATION ROAD, CAMBRIDGE, CB1 2JY, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 0845 497 97 97
Fax:
Fax 0845 497 3777
DX:
5807 CAMBRIDGE
Email:
Web:
www.eversheds-sutherland.com

Dominic Morris

Tel:
Work +44 122 344 3719
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Eversheds Sutherland

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Dominic is a partner in our Real Estate Group and also leads our Senior Living & Social Care Group. He specialises in development and care home work. Dominic advises on project structuring, development agreements, joint venture agreements, funding agreements, acquisitions and disposals and landlord and tenant matters.

Dominic's recent experience includes:

  • advising on the acquisition, development, re-financing and re-structuring of a portfolio of care home sites
  • advising a public sector landowner on the £8 billion residential led redevelopment of Earls Court, London
  • advising on the Bank Station upgrade project
  • advising Thurrock Council on the c.£750 million residential led regeneration of Purfleet, Essex
  • advising Dacorum Borough Council on the regeneration of the Gade Zone, Hemel Hempstead including a phase of senior living accommodation

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East Anglia: Real estate

Commercial property: Cambridge

Within: Leading individuals

Dominic Morris - Eversheds Sutherland (International) LLP

Within: Commercial property: Cambridge

At Eversheds Sutherland (International) LLP¬†'the overall level of service is excellent'; the practice 'meets deadlines and can easily secure input from a wide pool of specialist expertise'. As well as high-value commercial real estate transactions, the firm also has a¬†national and international reputation for alternative real estate asset classes, including transport infrastructure, senior living, hotels and hospitality. It also serves a large client base in the education sector, including¬†FE and HE colleges and private sector institutions. Its work also encompasses advice to¬†private and public sector developers and land promoters, corporate occupiers, and institutional, private and offshore investors.¬†'Solutions-focused' development and regeneration project partner Dominic Morris¬†leads the practice. He assisted¬†Legal & General Senior Living Limited on the property aspects of its ¬£40m investment in two senior living villages in Warwick and Cheshire.¬†Clare Whitaker¬†specialises in investment and corporate occupier work with particular expertise in the hotels and leisure sector. For¬†Legal & General UK Property Fund, she led the acquisition of the¬†Hampton by Hilton Hotel at London Stansted Airport. Among the other key lawyers in the team are senior associate¬†Megan D'Souza-Mathew, who handles¬†development and regeneration work; senior associate¬†Claire Morgan, who advises on deals in the transport sector; and associate Jamie Cawthorn¬†who is ‚Äėa very experienced residential development legal specialist whose advice is always practical and well balanced'.

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