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Davitt Jones Bould
LEVEL 24, THE SHARD
32 LONDON BRIDGE STREET
LONDON
SE1 9SG
England

Work Department

Real Estate
Planning 
Real Estate Finance

Kirsten is a real estate lawyer with a very wide variety of property experience, working on development, estates management and property finance projects for investors, developers, landlords and occupiers in various sectors.   By way of example of the type of work she undertakes, Kirsten has advised numerous publically listed companies on the acquisition of property portfolios and has advised property managers in the retail and leisure industry on their portfolios. 

Kirsten also has significant experience in planning law (particularly s106 agreements) and energy and infrastructure work, advising on wind farms and solar farms for example. 

Position

Partner 

Career

Senior Associate at Winckworth Sherwood 
Solicitor at Shepherd & Wedderburn LLP

Memberships

Solicitor (SRA number: 315332)
Women in Property
Ladies in Property 

Lawyer Rankings

London > Public sector > Local government

Davitt Jones Bould has experience advising local authorities on major disputes, as well as transactional and commercial matters, such as new town centres and regeneration projects. Senior partner and firm co-founder Madeleine Davitt focuses on high-profile land and development projects, while practice co-head Malcolm Iley is an expert in public and government law. Robin de Wreede deals with property and planning, Sean Bulman is known for his transactional and commercial advice to local authorities, and John Qualtrough focuses on major regeneration projects. 2020 saw a number of new partners joining the team. In August last year the firm added  Lee McBride from Gowling WLG , before going on to recruit Abigail Kay from Clyde & Co LLP ; Yohanna Weber from Fieldfisher, and Kirsten Dunlop from Winckworth Sherwood LLP.

London > Real estate > Planning

Davitt Jones Bould is a specialist real estate law firm that advises on major town and city regeneration projects. Robin de Wreede and John Qualtrough are specialist planning lawyers with extensive experience of advising local government clients. In 2020, the team was bolstered by the arrival of five new partners, including those of Yohanna Weber (from Fieldfisher) and Kirsten Dunlop  (from Winckworth Sherwood LLP) to the firm’s London office. Madeleine Davitt leads the group.