Retail, leisure and hospitality
The retail and leisure landscape is changing. It is vital to work with legal advisers who understand these changes and can help your business adapt.
How we can help
Consumer demands, along with the impact of technology, sustainability, Covid-19 and a myriad of other factors, will be forcing you to adapt and change. Whether you need help with your premises, employees, financing, supply chain or another matter, our multi-disciplinary retail and leisure team can help.
We can provide specialist legal advice on a range of issues including:
- Acquiring premises and negotiating leases
- Mergers and acquisitions
- Branding and intellectual property
- Commercial contracts
- Business disputes
- Trading agreements
- Breaking into the UK market
- Expanding your business
- Managing your retail portfolio
Who we work with
Our retail, leisure and hospitality clients range from independent retailers to international businesses. Clients include global hotel chains and retailers looking to expand into the UK, as well as shopping centres and sports businesses.
Our specialist food and drink lawyers work with family-owned businesses to large food manufacturers and some of the best-known vineyards in the UK.
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Exchanged agreements to relocate five luxury fashion retailers into temporary shop premises, then returning them to their original premises and surrendering the temporary leases.
Acting for Kennedy Wilson on asset management and investment work across its retail and general property portfolio.
Advised one of the largest London estates on the lettings of a series of their prime retail units in SW3.
Advising a household name home improvement retailer on its UK property portfolio comprising around 150 stores including lease re-gears, freehold acquisitions and store disposals.
Advised a national leisure park owner on multiple acquisitions of leisure parks across the country.
Advising landowner and developer on all aspects of the Peak Resort scheme in Derbyshire, a mixed leisure, health, sport and education scheme with a GDV of over £400 million.
Acting for an offshore investor on the sale of a prime central London leisure asset for over £80 million.
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