Susanne Hinde > HCR Hewitsons > Cambridge, England > Lawyer Profile

HCR Hewitsons
50-60 Station Road
CB1 2JH
England

Work Department

Susanne is a Partner in the Real Estate Team.

Position

Partner

Career

Susanne read law at Birmingham University before completing her Legal Practice Course at Nottingham Law School. Susanne trained at Freeth Cartwright Hunt Dickins in Nottingham qualifying in 1998 and joined Hewitsons in 1999. Susanne moved back to the East Midlands where she worked for a number of years but returned to the area and re-joined Hewitsons in August 2007.

Lawyer Rankings

East Anglia > Real estate > Commercial property: Cambridge

HCR Hewitsons, which merged with local firm Hewitsons in 2021, has a team of partners with long experience in the Cambridge market and is well known for advising developers, landowners, investors, landlords, tenants and promoters on acquisitions and disposals, portfolio management, property finance and occupancy matters. One client remarks that the firm provides ‘consistently professional service‘ and notes that practice head James Simpson is ‘excellent – highly professional, pragmatic and diligent‘. Partners Susanne Hinde, who focuses on investment and landlord and tenant matters, and Ceri Riddell, who acts for acts for landowners, promoters and developers of both residential and commercial land, are also recommended.

East Anglia > Private client > Charities and not-for-profit

HCR Hewitsons has a large education and charities practice across its office network, with Cambridge playing a key role. Partner Denise Wilkinson assists with with conservation and land matters, and among her clients are a national wildlife charity and The Wildlife Trust for Bedfordshire Cambridgeshire and Northamptonshire. The firm is known for ‘good attention, and good technical advice‘, as well as its ‘personal approach to advising on a technical topic‘. Private client partner Susanne Hinde assisted Downing College, Cambridge, with the preparation of constitutions for student unions dealing with the allocation of funding to student clubs and societies.