Jamie Grant > Shepherd and Wedderburn > Glasgow, Scotland > Lawyer Profile

Shepherd and Wedderburn
1 WEST REGENT STREET
GLASGOW
G2 1RW
Scotland
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Work Department

Property

Position

Jamie is a highly regarded real estate lawyer, with decades of experience and in-depth expertise in property and environmental law (in particular in contaminated land) honed from advising clients in energy and renewables; infrastructure; ports and harbours and hotels and leisure.

Projects include onshore wind and hydro schemes, bio-mass and anaerobic digestion schemes, a tidal scheme and advising a landfill operator in the largest mineral ownership dispute to come before the Scottish courts in recent decades. 

A combination of legal expertise and a passion for the water (a keen sailor) means Jamie is sought out by clients with interests in harbour and port related matters where he has more than just legal experience.
 
Jamie is a regular author of legal briefings and updates and has contributed to and commented on consultations on The Scotland Act 2012, Energy Act 2013, electricity market reform and property rates relief reform.

Lawyer Rankings

Scotland > Real estate > Commercial property: Edinburgh and Glasgow

Shepherd and Wedderburn counts housebuilders, funds, banks, investors and retailers as clients, and is noted for its development work, which spans mixed-use and residential developments, retail sector schemes and office developments. Hugh Smith and Jamie Grant jointly head the leisure and hospitality sub-group, which advises a roster of hotel operators, investors, financiers and managers on all aspects of hotel transactions and operations. The property group is jointly led by Andrew Hall and David Mitchell from Glasgow and Edinburgh respectively. Other key names include Nick Ryden and development expert James Dobie.