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Kevin heads up our Leeds Property Team.

He has over 25 years’ experience working within the Yorkshire region. During that time he has developed a strong client base and is a key adviser to a number of clients. He acts for a number of private developers and charity clients.

Kevin is recognised by his clients for not only his experience but a “pro-active approach and can-do attitude”.

Experience

Kevin has a wealth of experience involving all types of property transactions, with particular emphasis as to transactions involving property holding charities including property joint ventures, regeneration schemes, water-related infrastructure agreements, acquisitions, disposals and lettings of property ranging from Greenfield sites to investment property.

Kevin is the client relationship partner for Canal & River Trust and the Land Trust.

Key projects on which he has advised include:

  • Advising Canal & River Trust in a deal with H20 Urban (a national joint venture partnership between the Trust and specialist partnering developer Bloc) in a deal worth £14 million and the development of a 92 bed Premier Inn Hotel and a new Travis Perkins builders merchants. Profits derived from the joint venture partnership go towards helping the repair and upkeep of the Trust’s historic canals.
  • Advising the Land Trust’s involvement to manage and maintain 176 acres of parks and open spaces at the Beaulieu development on the outskirts of Chelmsford with the Developer Countryside (Zest) LLP.
  • Advising the Land Trust on the addition of two sites to its portfolio namely, St Luke’s, Runwell and St Michael’s Hurst in Bishops Stortford. Both sites include a significant amount of green space and woodland, particularly at St Michael’s Hurst which includes a 16 hectare country park as part of the development.

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