DLA Piper advises on sale of David Lloyd Leisure Group to TDR Capital
DLA Piper has advised David Lloyd Leisure Operations Holdings, the holding company owned by private equity firm Caird Capital and London & Regional Holdings, on the sale of the David Lloyd Leisure Group to TDR Capital for an undisclosed sum.
The David Lloyd Leisure Group operates 83 clubs in the UK and a further 10 sites across Europe.
The DLA Piper team was led by partner Ed Griffiths, assisted by associates Jess Hogan and Laura Campbell.
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