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Eversheds Sutherland (International) LLP
M1 5ES
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Phillip is Head of the UK Chemical Sector group. He specialises in minerals and waste/landfill matters.


He undertakes significant transactional work for major corporate occupiers, and project manages the real estate aspects of multi-jurisdictional corporate sales and acquisitions with values of up to £5bn. Phillip provides strategic advice on a daily basis to household names such as Stanley Leisure, Tarmac, Anglo American plc and United Utilities.

Phillip's recent experience includes;

  • acting for Ineos Enterprises on the proposal to store 400 million cubic metres of gas underground in Cheshire;
  • advising Stanley Leisure on the development of the UK's largest casino;
  • advising on the real estate aspects of the sale of Phones 4 U,
  • managing all real estate matters in connection with the sale of a major corporate client with an estimated value in excess of £5bn.
  • acting on the real estate aspect of major corporate transactions such as the the acquisition of Toys R Us   




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North West > Real estate > Commercial property: Manchester

(Leading individuals)

Phillip TunneyEversheds Sutherland (International) LLP

The team at Eversheds Sutherland (International) LLP provide a comprehensive real estate service to a range of clients including developers, institutional investors, and corporate occupiers. The ‘bespoke and practical‘ practice is led by Nancy Brown who specialises in corporate real estate, advising clients in the financial services, retail, and logistics sectors. Phillip Tunney regularly acts for clients in the healthcare sector, and Michael Buchanan advises a number of private and institutional investors on property acquisitions. Legal director Joanna Sowerby specialises in development deals and regeneration projects, whilst Elizabeth Cartwright has particular expertise in investment transactions and defence properties.