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A&L Goodbody

42-46 FOUNTAIN STREET, BELFAST, BT1 5EF, NORTHERN IRELAND
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Work +44 28 9031 4466
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Fax +44 28 9031 4477
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Belfast, Dublin, London, New York, Palo Alto, San Francisco

Tracey Schofield

Tel:
Work +44 28 9031 6600
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A&L Goodbody

Work Department

Commercial Property

Position

Partner

Career

Tracey is a Property partner in A&L Goodbody's Belfast office. Tracey has specialist commercial property and development experience, with particular expertise in site acquisition; assembly; development; leasing; funding and disposal of mixed use or residential developments. Tracey advises on property investment in areas such as acquisition and value enhancement. She also has extensive expertise advising in relation to landlord, tenant and asset management on behalf of investors in retail parks, shopping centers and business occupiers. In addition, Tracey also advises in relation to property insolvency.

Member

Tracey is a member of the Northern Ireland Commercial Property Lawyers Association.


Northern Ireland: Real estate

Commercial property

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Tracey Schofield - A&L Goodbody

Within: Commercial property

A&L Goodbody’s property team’s expertise includes assisting investment firms, property developers and banks with hotel developments, loan portfolio sales, and high-value acquisitions. Highlights in 2017 included Tracey Schofield leading advice to the Jurys Inn Group in the acquisition of an adjoining site to extend the city centre hotel by adding 80 bedrooms; Schofield then assisted private equity investor Lone Star with the Northern Irish aspects of the sale of the Jurys Inn Group to Swedish hotel investor Pandox. This complex transaction involved securing the site acquisition and new hotel licence before the disposal took place, and the disposal involved negotiating certificates of title and deeds of release. Mark Blair  heads the practice.

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