The Logistics Sector is growing.
The recent pandemic has demonstrated that global demand for logistics has never been higher. The industry continues to face domestic UK and EU challenges with Brexit taking effect.
As we continue to see an increase in technology and connectivity, the logistics industry will only strengthen to meet the demand in the coming years.
Suppliers and customers need to be ready to embrace these changes by building nimble corporate structures and contracts to adapt quickly to take advantage of these opportunities.
The Logistics Cycle: Helping you navigate each step of the process
We can work alongside you through the full logistics and supply chain life-cycle, from acquisition and development, tendering and contract negotiation through to renegotiation and exit. We will advise you on commercial contracts, real estate and construction matters, whether related to a transaction or ongoing project.
We work with clients on both the supply side and customer side which has enabled us to develop a detailed and balanced understanding of the various issues that may affect you.
Our specialisms include:
- Real Estate (including acquisition, development and re-purposing)
- Corporate & financing
- Construction (including Repurposing & Development)
- Employment, health & safety
We embed ourselves in your business to ensure we understand your issues and the industry you operate in. We will work with you to meet your business needs at every stage of the logistics and supply chain life-cycle. Acting on both the supply side and customer side allows us to negotiate in a holistic and sensible manner leading to streamlined transactions and assisting with the further marketability of your site and business.
Meet the team
Some of our clients
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Powering Real Estate
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Property Patter: “Holiday” listening for surveyors: what (non-COVID) news is there so far in 2021?
Here we discuss “business as usual” judgments which have been handed down so far this year.
Jennifer Berritt and Lauren Kelly write for P3 Pharmacy on The Lease Code and looking for better lease terms
The Lease Code published by The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors took effect on 1 September 2020.
Property Patter: The Electronic Communications Code – what are the current issues with negotiating telecoms agreements?
We discuss some of the practical issues arising out of the Electronic Communications Code.
When does a claim "become known" under a contractual time bar clause?
Later Living: The rise of retirement villages
As the over 65 years population continues to rise and retirement living grows, what does this mean for lenders?
Mind the Gap: Top 10 Tips where there is Unregistered Land between Adopted Highway and Development Land
Providing you with the top ten tips of Unregistered Land between Adopted Highway and Development Land - what should you know?
Build Back Better? The Government continues to kick the commercial rent arrears can down the road
Changes to Right to Rent Checks from 1 July 2021
Following the UK’s departure from the EU, the right to rent checks grace period of six months will end on 30 June.
Commercial rent arrears - the burden of the pandemic remains with landlords
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Property Patter: the news so far on landlord challenges to retail CVAs
We review some of the recent high-profile landlord challenges to tenant CVAs,
Charles Russell Speechlys advises Avicenna Group on duo of pharmacy group acquisitions
The acquisition takes Avicenna to a total of 135 pharmacy branches.
Property Patter: what’s the latest in the world of Essential Residential?
How is commonhold going to be encouraged and will ASTs ever return to a straightforward 2 month termination process?
Planning Gateway One to introduce new fire safety requirements for high rise residential buildings
The government is introduce a number of new requirements to the planning system - read what the requirements will mean here.
Mock Conference with Counsel
An authentic insight into common challenges facing developer clients.
Charles Russell Speechlys have advised Taylor Wimpey UK Limited and Vistry Homes Limited, on the disposal of their interest in the Cambourne Business Park
The £12m land was originally designated as part of an employment zone in the new town, but will now be promoted for 275 residential units.