Sarah Conway > Maurice Turnor Gardner LLP > London, England > Lawyer Profile

Maurice Turnor Gardner LLP
15th Floor, Milton House
Milton Street
LONDON
EC2Y 9BH
England

Work Department

Real Estate

Position

Sarah is a partner and Head of the Real Estate practice and with 30 years of experience in London’s prime residential market, she specialises in high value and complex residential real estate transactions as well as enfranchisement and lease extensions. Sarah works closely with agents, planners, developers, lenders and other bodies. She has an international client base, and is adept in meeting the demands of both overseas and UK clients.

Sarah is ranked in Band 1 as a Leading Individual in the Chambers HNW Guide 2020 and in the Legal 500 Residential Real Estate Guide 2020 and won the Chambers HNW 2018 Residential Property Lawyer of the Year Award in November 2018.

Career

Sarah qualified in 1985 and joined Maurice Turnor Gardner LLP as a partner in 2013 from Allen & Overy.

Lawyer Rankings

London > Real estate > Residential property

(Leading individuals)

Sarah ConwayMaurice Turnor Gardner LLP

Maurice Turnor Gardner LLP fields a skilled and nimble team with Sarah Conway at the helm. Key areas of expertise include acting in many high-value residential sales and purchases throughout the UK with particular expertise in listed buildings. It is also adept at handling leasehold enfranchisement and lease extensions in addition to advising on residential financings and the purchase of SPV companies holding residential properties. It is a known name for its work on super prime transactions and Edward Burton is another key figure who has a wealth of experience across the full spectrum of residential property work from listed buildings, country houses to new build super prime apartments.  Other core areas of expertise include providing specialist real estate advice when there is family disharmony and advising on private client and trust related matters with a real estate element (including doing a substantial amount of work on de-enveloping matters).