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Paul Harbour

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Kingsley Napley LLP

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Real estate.


Paul is a partner and head of the real estate team. He has particular expertise in dealing with commercial and residential development work, large scales site assembly, contracts and options conditional upon planning consent/planning promotion agreements and collaboration agreements, overage agreements, landlord and tenant work, and investment acquisitions and disposals. Paul’s recent experience includes acting for Long Harbour in connection with the sale of 180 High Street Stratford for around £60m to Aberdeen Property Trust and acting for a Sovereign State in connection with the purchase of three properties in Mayfair.


Trained Wallace & Partners; qualified 1995; Field Cunningham & Co 1995; Mercers 1996; Walsh Lawson 1999; Kingsley Napley 1999 (when Walsh Lawson merged with them); partner 2004.


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Tennis, travel, skiing.

London: Real estate

Residential property

Within: Residential property

Kingsley Napley LLP has a ‘growing presence and a breadth of work and experience’. The team has expertise in handling high-value London properties and country houses for high-net-worth individuals. Partner Bethan Owen is ‘commercial, knowledgeable and highly competent’ and is ‘incredibly generous with her time and expertise’, ‘managing client relationships well’. Owen specialises in acquisitions, developments, finance, sales, enfranchisement and has carved out a niche base of celebrity clients. Paul Harbour heads the team which has seen the arrival of Richard Roberts from Bates Wells Braithwaite.

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