Mark Gauguier > Farrer & Co > London, England > Lawyer Profile

Farrer & Co
66 LINCOLN'S INN FIELDS
LONDON
WC2A 3LH
England

Living Wage

Work Department

Commercial Property.

Position

Mark has a wide range of commercial property experience and he has acted for a variety of clients, ranging from charities and institutions to listed property companies, advising on all facets of acquiring, holding and disposing of investment property. In addition, Mark has advised both buyers and sellers on property aspects of corporate transactions, and he has acted for a broad spread of businesses on the relocation of their premises. Mark also has experience of acting on development projects, a particular feature of which is his continuing involvement in acting for a major landowner on a high profile mixed-use urban community development.

Career

Trained at Farrer & Co, 2001-2003; qualified as a solicitor in September 2003.

Education

King’s College, London.

Lawyer Rankings

London > Real estate > Commercial property: development

(Leading individuals)

Mark GauguierFarrer & Co

The Farrer & Co team is well known for its mid-market work as well as its legacy developments with landowners; clients consider the group to be ‘pioneers’ in this space. Elsewhere, it has seen an increase in instruction from US backed private equity firms looking to invest in development projects in the UK, particularly in TV and film studio productions. Practice head Mark Gauguier handles both development and investment work, with specific expertise in handling large scale urban developments. Henry Stevens  specialises in development transactions and portfolio management relating to institutions and estates, while senior associate Barbara Beasley focuses on institutional investment, including forward funding and purchases.

London > Real estate > Commercial property: investment

The Farrer & Co team is well known for its mid-market work as well as its legacy developments with landowners; clients consider the group to be ‘pioneers’ in this space. Elsewhere, it has seen an increase in instruction from US backed private equity firms looking to invest in development projects in the UK, particularly in TV and film studio productions. Practice head Mark Gauguier handles both development and investment work, with specific expertise in handling large scale urban developments. Henry Stevens  specialises in development transactions and portfolio management relating to institutions and estates, while senior associate Barbara Beasley focuses on institutional investment, including forward funding and purchases.