In our first Real Insights Series, we explore some of the specialist topics within the Real Estate sector.


From CVAs, renewable energy opportunities, to tips on how to deal with unforeseen ground conditions or the removal of trespassers from commerial property, these short videos address some of the key challenges that businesses within the real estate sector are facing in today's environment.

If you would like to discuss any of these topics, or find out how we can help, please contact a member of the team. The relevant contact details are provided at the end of each short video.

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25 September 2018

Real Insight: Creditors Voluntary Arrangements (CVAs)

Managing Associates Elizabeth Cape and Emma Sadler look at the ways in which CVAs are being used and the compromises that landlords and guarantors are being faced with.

25 September 2018

Real Insight: Ground Conditions

Ground conditions can be a vitally important aspect of developments. In this video Associate Josh Gibbons and Managing Associate Keith Browne discuss key aspects of this topic and provide tips on how best to mitigate unforeseen ground conditions i...

25 September 2018

Real Insight: Renewable Energy Solutions

Associate Paul Dinning and Managing Associate Graham Garvie take a look at the opportunities and legal challenges that commercial occupiers can encounter when considering renewable energy solutions.

25 September 2018

Real Insight: Trespassers

The challenges caused by trespassers on commercial property can be difficult for land owners to manage. Managing Associate Chris McGrath and Associate Beth Wilton from the Real Estate Disputes Team look at the law and the best practices for dealin...

25 September 2018

Real Insight: Lease Negotiations

What points should you consider when negotiating a lease? In this video, Associates Catherine Howell-Walmsley and Tom Wilson look at the new lease code and consider rent reviews, break clauses and repair obligations.


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