Jamie Gordon > Geldards LLP > Nottingham, England > Lawyer Profile

Geldards LLP
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Work Department

Networks & Utilities


Jamie is an experienced property lawyer who spent 11 years working at Hogan Lovell’s in London before joining Geldards in 1996 to establish the firm’s Nottingham property practice. Jamie heads up the Networks team, the largest team in the firm, and manages thousands of electricity and gas network transactions for numerous utility network operator clients. He has led on some of the region’s highest profile and most significant deals, such as Trinity House, E.ON’s landmark HQ in Nottingham and the Markham Vale regeneration scheme. Jamie is renowned for his people skills and for getting deals done.

Jamie leads a 40+ strong team of lawyers, paralegals and administrators, specialising in high volume, time critical property transactions for electricity and gas distribution operators – the largest team of its kind in the UK. They combine cutting edge expertise regarding the interface between independent distribution network operators, independent connection providers and distribution network operators with over 40 years industry experience. Key benefits for clients are the team’s innovative time saving processes and systems, ability to seamlessly take on large caseloads from previous legal services providers and unique dual client and customer focus. Jamie and his team pride themselves on delivering outstanding levels of client care and their motto is ‘up to half the price and twice the speed of others’.

Lawyer Rankings

East Midlands > Real estate > Commercial property: Nottingham and Derby

Geldards LLP is experienced in acting for clients in both the private and public sector in commercial property matters. Key areas of work undertaken pertain to commercial and residential developments, the retail and educations sector as well as the industrial and logistics sectors – an area of particular expertise of ‘exceptionalHeather Dixon. The Nottingham property team is headed by ‘commercially minded’ and ‘pragmaticDavid Watson while the Derby team is led by Graham Banks, who is experienced in operational property matters and property investments, among others. The unit also fields a specialist team which provides property legal services to fibre optic, gas and electricity companies – the “networks” team, headed by Jamie Gordon. Tiffany Cloynes has a specialisation in the public sector advising on a variety of regeneration and infrastructure projects.