Charles Russell Speechlys is experienced in all areas of commercial, residential and mixed-use development.
We provide a multi-disciplinary development service, handling planning, environmental and infrastructure issues, sustainability, financing, construction, tax, lettings and sales.
Our clients include major and niche developers, (both public and private sector) major housebuilders, landowners, investors, funders, charities and not-for-profit organisations. They span a wide range of sectors, from commercial and industrial property, strategic land and regeneration, to retail and leisure.
We are experienced in site acquisition, complex site assemblies, forward funding agreements and development finance, joint venture agreements, land promotion agreements, development options, pre-emption agreements, pre-lets, overage agreements and lettings/sales of the finished project. We have additional expertise in renewable energy developments, heritage sites and listed buildings.
The team has established a particular reputation for project work for developers in areas of urban renewal, regeneration and mixed-use development and are advising on some of the largest regeneration schemes in the country.
Our full-service development team is committed to providing practical and commercial advice on all the legal issues that arise during the development process. We work with our clients to deliver legally effective and practical solutions that are tailored to the specific requirements of each client.
News & Insights
Variety is the spice of house building
We take a look at some of the key findings published in Sir Oliver Letwin’s draft report.
Building Up audience calls for clarity
During our Building Up seminar, we engaged with our audience and conducted live polls. Read about the results here.
The only way is up? How emerging national planning policy will increase pressure on building height and density
The Government is targeting the construction of 300,000 net additional homes every year, but where should all the new development go?