Chi Mount, Senior Associate
Chi specialises in non-contentious construction matters.
Chi is experienced in recommending, drafting and negotiating appropriate forms of building contract (both standard form and bespoke) for specific projects, and drafting and commenting upon development agreements, consultants’ appointments and collateral warranties.
Chi also works alongside the firm's Real Estate and Financial Services teams advising on the construction aspects of property transactions, including conducting due diligence checks on development finance documentation, and coordinating specialist construction law input on property development project documentation.
Chi is a member of the Society for Construction Law and sits on the committee for Constructing Excellence Surrey Club.
Chi is admitted to practise in England and Wales.
- Advising a national developer in connection with the development of student accommodation in Birmingham.
- Advising a developer in connection with the development of a datacentre in Birmingham.
- Advising a care home provider in relation to the acquisition of a care home development portfolio consisting of 4 new build care homes.
- Advising on the redevelopment of a major UK science facility.
- Acting for residential developers and high-net worth individuals in relation to prime residential developments in central London and South East England.
Construction & Infrastructure Seminar
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Chi Mount writes for Building on the differences between a reasonable skill and care obligation and a fitness for purpose obligation
Chi explains the differences between a reasonable skill and care obligation and a fitness for purpose obligation.
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Post-Grenfell – where are we now?
Our response to he government’s June 2019 consultation on building and fire safety issues and its key proposals.
Construct.Law - Winter 2019
Welcome to our winter edition of Construct.Law bringing you legal and commercial insight into issues facing the construction industry.
Reform of Retention
The use of retentions was thrust into the spotlight with the introduction of the Construction (Retention Deposit Schemes) Bill 2017-19.