Claire Timmings, Legal Director
Claire is a real estate transactional specialist and has extensive experience in acting for companies, individuals and other bodies (including charities) on all aspects of their property requirements.
SummaryClaire is a real estate transactional specialist and has extensive experience in acting for companies, individuals and other bodies (including charities) on all aspects of their property requirements. She deals with sales and purchases, corporate occupier work, acting for landlords and tenants, healthcare related property work (including advising pharmacy owners and operators and a number of leading care home providers). Claire has acted for a number of leading media, energy, technology industrial retail (including luxury brands) and leisure clients. Her work has included undertaking high value property acquisitions disposals and lettings for both UK and international clients. This includes advising on significant head quarter relocations as well as strategic advice on complex promotion and overage agreements relating to redevelopment schemes. Claire also speaks regularly at seminars and conferences and has written a number of articles for trade publications.
Claire is admitted to practise in England and Wales.
- Advising new and existing multiple academy trusts on the property aspects of Academy Conversions
- Advising on the title aspects (including grant funding) from the Arts Council on a leading dance company's HQ relocation in London
- Acting as a key team member for a leading luxury goods retailer on its flagship London HQ store acquisition
- Advising on a key land sale and mixed use redevelopment scheme in London with a leading social housing provider worth more than £30M
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