Long standing client BYM Group, a property asset sourcing and investment business and a major player in the property development market, has worked closely with Fladgate for over 7 years.View Case Study
Otium Real Estate is a property investment company focused on commercial leisure real estate and is led by Ashley Blake, previously Director of Retail Portfolio Land Securities and current Chairman of the Leisure Property Forum.View Case Study
Working with a London-headquartered European Private Equity Fund where the relationship has been growing from strength to strength.View Case Study
Redefining the gaming market. SharedPlay's innovations are transforming the gaming model, providing engaging multi-player experiences which are disrupting the industry.View Case Study
A pioneering first on the London Stock Exchange. The past few years have seen massive growth in wellness and self-care and cannabinoid products growing immensely in popularity.View Case Study
A team moving at speed. The meteoric rise of esports shows no signs of slowing down – imagine on-line tournaments attracting larger audiences than the Wimbledon tennis championship.View Case Study
Delivering peace of mind. London Wall is a prestigious multi-family office business that also owns London Wall Lending who operate at the top end of the real estate industry.View Case Study
Delivering a wealth of ideas. Our private wealth clients often approach us when they are facing significant moments of change, moments often made more complex by the scale and international breadth of their holdings.View Case Study
Major and successful milestones often mark a moment for our clients to assess how they next want to develop a philanthropic legacy.View Case Study
Visa routes are complex and ever-changing; two issues our client, a US HNW individual was no stranger to.View Case Study
Zouk, like many of our clients, is a ‘trend initiator’ in some of the most exciting growth sectors today.View Case Study
Zouk, a private equity fund manager targeting the digital and sustainable economy, is the manager of the UK Treasury’s £400m Charging Infrastructure Investment Fund (CIIF).View Case Study
As one of the forces for change in the restaurant sector YO! Sushi was always going to take a smart entrepreneurial approach to the challenges that have emerged from lockdowns and a recession.View Case Study
Known as a ‘market initiator’, YO! Sushi has always been ready to shape the future in the restaurant sector.Read Case Study
The team acted in the Supreme Court case of Bresco Electrical Services Ltd (in Liquidation) v Michael J Lonsdale Ltd  UKSC 25 concerning the rights of insolvent companies to refer disputes arising under construction contracts to adjudication. This was only the second-ever adjudication case before the Supreme Court. This judgment was a landmark for the construction industry and created considerable publicity. The Supreme Court decided there was no incompatibility between the statutory adjudication and insolvency regimes. The judgment is likely to have far-reaching implications given the anticipated increase of insolvencies amongst the construction sector. It also appears to have created a new basis for courts to refuse to summarily enforce adjudicator’s decisions.
The team is advising on the £35m refurbishment of the National Portrait Gallery, London. We have been retained to advise the Gallery in connection with procurement of and then drafting and negotiation all project documents. This is a high-profile project for the Gallery and its first capital project for a century. The project comprises a comprehensive re-display of the collection, a significant refurbishment of the building, the creation of new public spaces, visitor entrance and public forecourt, and a new state of the art Learning Centre. The team is advising the Gallery in connection with the tendering process and selection and appointment of a building contractor.
The team is instructed to draft and negotiate the building contracts and associated project documents in relation to the design and construction of the museum’s new off-site c. 33,000 sq. m storage facility. We also advised in connection with procurement. The plan is to move over 300,000 objects to the £40 million site. The centrepiece will be a new building that will be 300 metres long and 90 metres wide, enough to contain 600 double decker buses. There will also be conservation labs, research facilities and public access to its stores. This is a landmark project for the cultural sector given the size and scale of the facility and the ground-breaking technology required to ensure suitable environmental conditions for valuable exhibits. Our expertise in the cultural and museum sector secured the mandate.