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80 GUILDHALL STREET, BURY ST EDMUNDS, IP33 1QB, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 01284 762211
Fax:
Fax 01284 717499
DX:
57205 BURY ST EDMUNDS
Email:
Web:
www.greene-greene.com

Tim Mendes da Costa

Tel:
Work 01284 717437 (Direct)
Email:
Greene & Greene

Work Department

Real Estate (Commercial Property)

Position

Solicitor

Career

Tim qualified as a solicitor in 2006 and joined Greene & Greene in 2014 having previously been a partner with a firm in London.

Tim specialises in both residential and commercial property transactions. He acts for a broad range of clients, from individual purchasers and sellers, to developers, landlords, lenders and investors.

Education

University of East Anglia in Norwich

Leisure

Sport & Fitness


East Anglia: Real estate

Commercial property: elsewhere in East Anglia

Within: Commercial property: elsewhere in East Anglia

The commercial property practice at Greene & Greene in Bury St Edmunds is 'first class – it has in-depth knowledge and provides good support in all areas', according to one client. The practice works closely with the corporate team to provide support for clients in sectors such as specialist engineering and manufacturing, pharmaceuticals and healthcare, as well as acting for private portfolio investors and handling pension fund transactions. Neil Grigg leads the property department and frequently handles handles option and overage agreements, freehold and leasehold transactions, investments and commercial landlord and tenant matters. In 2017, he advised Merck Sharp & Dohme Limited on the £30m sale of its offices and laboratory campus at Hoddesdon, Hertfordshire, to Chinese pharmaceutical enterprise Pharmaron. Clients recommend partner Tim Mendes da Costa for his 'sound advice'. He assisted Phico Therapeutics Limited on the £3m acquisition of the Bertarelli Building at Bourne Hall Clinic, Cambridge.

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