Nicholas Bartlett > Eversheds Sutherland (International) LLP > London, England > Lawyer Profile

Eversheds Sutherland (International) LLP
1 WOOD STREET
CHEAPSIDE
LONDON
EC2V 7WS
England

Work Department

Nicholas Bartlett is the Head of Real Estate Investment and a partner in our London Real Estate Group. He has extensive experience structuring and delivering real estate capital markets work as well as advising on investment, development and finance aspects of real estate transactions. His practice has an international focus serving global clients on transactions in the UK and European real estate markets. Nicholas’ role advising the UK’s national railway company on the high profile disposal of its £1.5bn portfolio has been widely reported over the last 12 months.     

Position

Partner

Lawyer Rankings

London > Real estate > Commercial property: corporate occupiers

Eversheds Sutherland‘s London real estate team – which offers an ‘unusual combination of technical competence and commercial realism’ – is led by the hugely experienced Bruce Dear. He fronts a ‘very strong occupier advisory team‘ which acts for a raft of household name clients, including major tech companies. On the investment front, the team handles complex and high-profile transactions, covering acquisitions and joint ventures for clients from a range of sectors, including financial services, office providers, student accomodation, pension funds and many more. The highly regarded Tom Goldsmith has a track record of work on complex, mixed-use development projects and large-scale portfolio purchases and is seen as ‘a very strong technical lawyer with excellent project management skills.’ Nicholas Bartlett heads up the real estate investment team and also leads the firm’s living sub-group, while Lee Jackson plays a key role in the firm’s private capital real estate business.

London > Real estate > Commercial property: investment

Eversheds Sutherland‘s London real estate team – which offers an ‘unusual combination of technical competence and commercial realism’ – is led by the hugely experienced Bruce Dear. He fronts a ‘very strong occupier advisory team‘ which acts for a raft of household name clients, including major tech companies. On the investment front, the team handles complex and high-profile transactions, covering acquisitions and joint ventures for clients from a range of sectors, including financial services, office providers, student accomodation, pension funds and many more. The highly regarded Tom Goldsmith has a track record of work on complex, mixed-use development projects and large-scale portfolio purchases and is seen as ‘a very strong technical lawyer with excellent project management skills.’ Nicholas Bartlett heads up the real estate investment team and also leads the firm’s living sub-group, while Lee Jackson plays a key role in the firm’s private capital real estate business.