Real Estate - UK

The UK real estate market is one of the most mature, liquid and diverse in the world.

Today’s global real estate market is moving faster than ever. Cost efficiency and swift transaction execution is expected; Technical excellence a must; Innovation essential. We adopt a partnership approach to working with clients and their advisers, focusing not just on what they want, but how they want it – combining excellent technical and legal counsel, a thorough understanding of the market and market practice, a pragmatic approach and a deep knowledge of each clients’ business.

We are proud of the diversity and profile of our real estate clients and the challenging and exciting work they present to us. We advise leading global institutional and private investors, developers and wealth managers, REITs, corporate occupiers and family offices. We act for funders, borrowers and developers, sovereign wealth funds, state-owned enterprises, public bodies and utilities from across the globe.

Our firm is the perfect choice for real estate deals that are complex, require speedy execution, or involve multiple jurisdictions and stakeholders with competing interests. Our lawyers have handled some of the most high-profile projects of the last decade across a range of asset classes.

We have extensive experience of:

  • Corporate Real Estate & Joint Ventures
  • Real Estate Development
  • Cross border transactions
  • Energy and Infrastructure
  • Real Estate Development
  • Public and private fundraising
  • Real Estate Finance
  • Tax and deal structuring

Whether property is core to your business, the foundation of a new opportunity, or an operational issue to be managed, our team delivers. By choosing KWM, our clients benefit from our responsive, knowledgeable, practical, commercial and creative team, our global network and years of experience assisting clients deliver their real estate and investment strategies.

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