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Vincenzo Maggio

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Mills & Reeve LLP

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Real estate.


Vincenzo is a partner within the real estate law practice with a heavy focus on investment work and landlord and tenant matters. He usually acts for investor clients, such as a number of Cambridge colleges, pension funds and US listed property investment companies. Vincenzo oversees teams managing extensive property and the work ranges from acquisitions and disposals of multi-let investment properties (typically office accommodation and shopping centres). Recent works includes the forward funding and purchase of the new Microsoft headquarters in Cambridge and the acquisition of three private hospitals. Vincenzo also regularly advises corporate occupiers on their business needs. Recent transactions include the relocation of the headquarters of a financial services company and UK premises for a US e-commerce business. He leads the team providing real estate advice to the BPP Group in relation to their national education centres.


Trained Sharp & Partners (now Sharp Young & Pearce), Nottingham; qualified 2002; partner Mills & Reeve 2014.


All Saints RC School, Mansfield; University of Leeds, 1997 Philosophy with Maths BSc Hons; Nottingham Law School, 1998 PgDL; 1999 LPC.


Motorcycling; cycling, running.

East Anglia: Real estate

Commercial property: Cambridge

Within: Next Generation Partners

Vincenzo Maggio - Mills & Reeve LLP

Within: Commercial property: Cambridge

Mills & Reeve LLP has a large commercial property practice that handles regional, national and international property transactions for blue-chip clients. It has a nationally recognised specialist real estate finance team, led from Cambridge by Charles Staveley, who acts for institutional pension funds, management houses, property companies, and onshore and offshore investors. Key partner Vincenzo Maggio handles investment work and landlord and tenant matters, particularly those involving science parks. The firm's development work in the higher education sector is led by partner Michelle Cookson, while Christine De Ferrars Green handles large development projects for clients such as Urban&Civic and Keepmoat Homes. Nick Finlayson-Brown, who is now head of the Cambridge office, Richard Noble and Tim Allsop are also key partners in the practice.

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