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Howes Percival LLP

FLINT BUILDINGS, 1 BEDDING LANE, NORWICH, NR3 1RG, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 01603 762103
Fax:
Fax 01603 762104
DX:
5280 NORWICH
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Web:
www.howespercival.com

Tracey Hughes

Tel:
Work 01603 281961
Email:
Howes Percival LLP

Work Department

Property.

Position

Tracey is a partner and her substantial experience of acting for both residential and commercial developers and for landowners encompasses strategic options and promotion agreements, development and joint venture agreements, overage arrangements and site assemblies. She also has in-depth knowledge of the social housing sector. Tracey’s team will take a site from acquisition through its planning, development and construction stages, to its ultimate disposal. Tracey has represented the majority of the UK’s leading house builders and also acts for regional and local developers.

Career

Manches & Co, London 1985-93; partner (and head of real estate in Norwich and Cambridge) Eversheds LLP 1993-2011; partner Howes Percival LLP 2011 to date.

Education

King’s College, London (1984); College of Law, London (1985).


East Anglia: Real estate

Commercial property: Norwich

Within: Leading individuals

Tracey Hughes - Howes Percival LLP

Within: Commercial property: Norwich

Howes Percival LLP is praised for its 'strong business approach – quietly efficient, providing excellent advice appropriate to the situation and good value for money'. The practice handles major residential and commercial development projects, investment portfolio matters, property finance and renewable energy projects, and it has specific expertise in sectors such as leisure, tourism, education, healthcare and automotive. The firms ‘outstanding‘ partners include practice head and firm chair Tessa Haskey, who has ‘a readily approachable and confident manner', and the 'calm and confident' Joanna Nicholls. Haskey acted for Norse Development Company and International Aviation Academy on the letting of the academy to various users including a  helicopter manufacturer and the local air ambulance service. Tracey Hughes is a leading light in complex development matters. For Heritage Developments, she handled a £5m site acquisition for residential development. Directors Nicola Curle and Alice Liddle are recommended for advice on residential development and the drafting of complex contracts respectively.

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