Cherry Hancock is a partner in the real-estate practice group based in Birmingham, and advises a wide range of real-estate clients, including commercial developers, end users and major corporates. She works with several national developers advising on each phase of the development process and leads a team of legal advisers who support and advise a major plc on its ambitious development acquisition programme.
Hancock also works for a number of property investors, advising on the purchase, letting, management, regearing and sale of multi-let property investments and transactions. She has vast experience in dealing with acquisitions, disposals, portfolio management and all aspects of landlord and tenant matters in an investment context.
Her expertise in this area includes retail, office, industrial and warehousing portfolios.
Hancock also has more than eight years’ specialist experience in the licensed and leisure sector acting for a number of clients in the licensed and leisure industry. Her experience in this field includes the ongoing management of a team of legal advisers handling the volume leasing arm for a major pubco plc client, the sale and purchase of trading leisure businesses and portfolio acquisitions and disposals.
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