Alisa Sweeney, Partner in the Commercial Property team at Thomson Snell & Passmore, recently acted for our developer client, Rexton Investments Limited.
We acted for land owners who had been approached by a developer to enter into an option agreement for a large housing development. The proposed development formed part of a wider site which may, with planning, be developed in phases with various planning agreements including a school.
We acted for a client on the acquisition of land forming part of a much larger site. The wider site had many issues to deal with including contamination, ecology and archaeology. The seller had also entered into several planning agreements, including section 104 and section 36 agreements for the infrastructure at the site, which had to be considered as part of the transaction.
We have been instructed by our client who is currently carrying out a major refurbishment of its London aparthotel.