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Court upholds changes to Use Classes Order and Permitted Development Rights

Mark Harnett, Miles Crawford |

On Tuesday 17 November 2020 the High Court rejected an application that has been brought by an environmental campaigning organisation to quash new planning regulations made by the Government in July. The new regulations amended the use classes order to create a new commercial, business and service Use Class and introduced further permitted development rights […]


Fladgate advises Patron Capital on the £129m sale of Arlington Business Park to CapitaLand

Gideon Dabby-Joory, Jamie Hamilton, Mark Harnett, Eddie Powell, Mike Tremeer, Elliot Lewis, Hamilton Forrest, John Forde, Miles Crawford, Roland Brandman, Charles Proctor |

Fladgate has advised Patron Capital, the pan-European institutional investor focused on real-estate backed investments and their JV partner APAM, on the sale of Arlington Business Park (ABP) to Singapore’s CapitaLand for a total consideration of £129.25 million. Patron Capital and APAM acquired the business park in 2015, and Fladgate advised the joint venture on this […]


Fladgate acts on £92.5m acquisition for Flora Developments Limited

Hamilton Forrest, James Fry, Sophie Burke, Mark Harnett, Sunil Sheth, Adam Baker, Mythily Katsaris, Luke Morris, Ildikó Kozó |

Fladgate LLP acted for Flora Developments Limited, a subsidiary of ABIL Infraprojects Limited, India which is a large Indian construction, real estate development and hospitality company, for the acquisition of prime real estate in Central London known as Griffin House, 5/6 Strand, London WC2N 5HR for a purchase price of £92.5 million. The property currently […]


Newsflash: 20% increase in planning application fees from 17 January

Mark Harnett |

Long expected regulations to increase the fees for planning applications were made by the Government just before the Christmas break. The regulations increase the fees by approximately 20% for applications submitted from 17 January, so if you are about to submit an application it would sensible to do so by 16 January if possible. The regulations also introduce […]


2017 Legal 500 ranks Fladgate across the board

Julian Lewis, Amy Collins, Andrew Kaufman, Graham Spitz, Richard Kaufman, Eddie Powell, Jonathan Hibberts, Helena Luckhurst, Mark Saunders, Alex Kaufmann, Alan Wetterhahn, Mark Harnett, Avram Kelman, Neil Vickers, Michael McCartney, Nigel Gordon, Paul Airley, Gideon Dabby-Joory, Alexander Wildschütz, Mark Buckley, Janet Keeley, Eugene Matveichuk, Stephen Lewis, Alison Mould, James Earl, Mike Tremeer, Kim McMurray, Amanda Hado-Bodfield, David Weare, Gary Smith, Luke Morris, Seetal Modi, Jenny Sargeant, Grant Gordon, David Robinson, Taj Rehal, David Baverstock, Richard Reuben, Digby Hebbard, Jeremy Whiteson, Sophia Purkis, Teresa Cullen, Steven Mash, Ian Brent |

Fladgate LLP is delighted to have achieved across the board rankings in the recently launched 2017 edition of the Legal 500 Guide to the UK Legal Profession. The firm achieved 26 rankings, with 59 lawyers attaining 91 individual recommendations.  Commercial contracts Fladgate LLP enhanced its commercial contracts offering with the recruitment of James Earl, an expert in the […]


Planning new experiences? What you need to know

Mark Harnett |

How public attractions are used is changing.  There is a growing recognition of the increasing demand for a broader night time culture and entertainment offering, which in turn is leading to cities starting to re-evaluate their night time economies.  Sleepovers already allow guests to experience a night at the museum or the zoo and the […]


Hodson Developments secures planning and funding for Chilmington Green Development

Hamilton Forrest, Mark Harnett, Miles Crawford, Kim McMurray, Luke Morris |

Fladgate client Hodson Developments has secured planning and funding to commence a new garden city project near Ashford, Kent, known as the Chilmington Green Development. Chilmington Green will bring a vibrant, mixed use, new community to the town of Ashford in Kent. It will provide around 5,750 new homes as well as its own high […]


Event: Planning for Housing

Mark Harnett, Miles Crawford |

Despite the seismic events and political upheavals of 2016, the commitment of central government to increase the supply of housing appears undiminished. Mark Harnett, head of planning, Miles […]

Fladgate advises Luxx London on Notting Hill purchase

Mark Harnett, Daniel Polden, Miles Crawford |

Fladgate LLP has advised Luxx London (The London Heritage Fund) on the purchase of a building lease of part of 66–74 Notting Hill Gate from Stranton Properties Ltd. In addition to advising on the acquisition, construction aspects, planning aspects and issues in relation to rights of light, the Fladgate team advised on financing aspects, together […]


Halamar undertakes refinancing of Golden Square property development

Hamilton Forrest, Yulia Leyko, Mark Harnett, Gemma Grunewald, Orit Rioumine Gold, Stephen Lewis, Amanda Hado-Bodfield, Luke Morris, Richard Reuben, Jeremy Whiteson |

Fladgate LLP has advised Halamar Developments on a complicated refinancing of a property development in Golden Square, Soho, borrowing new funds of more than £50m. The refinancing involved: a corporate reorganisation to insert three levels of holding companies between the property owning company and the ultimate shareholders together with amendment of the existing shareholders agreement […]


Fladgate LLP advises MHA London on acquisition of 1.32 acre former school and depot site in central Slough

Mark Harnett |

Fladgate LLP has advised MHA London on the acquisition of a 1.32 acre former school and depot site in central Slough.  The project is located in close proximity to the new Crossrail station due to open in 2018 and is the latest sign of Slough’s emergence as a major area of regeneration and investment due […]


London’s Design Museum opens the doors to its new home

Mark Harnett |

Fladgate LLP is delighted that after a four-year transformation, London’s Design Museum has opened the doors to its new home on Kensington High Street.  After an £83m renovation, the now converted Commonwealth Institute will display the museum’s permanent exhibition for free for the first time in its history and is expected to attract 650,000 visitors […]