Mark Haywood set to take over leadership of Addleshaw Goddard's real-estate division
Addleshaw Goddard has announced that Mark Haywood is to combine his client and advisory responsibilities with leadership of the firm’s real-estate division.
Adrian Collins is stepping down as real-estate division managing partner to concentrate full-time on client work and on a number of the firm’s significant client relationships.
Haywood specialises in a wide range of high-profile investment and development transactions, both in the UK and overseas.
His client portfolio includes: Peel Group; Muse Developments; Valad; Green Property; Standard Life; and Miller Developments.
In recent months, he has been part of the firm’s team that has been developing new opportunities with Malaysian funds and corporates that are active in the UK.
Haywood is also leading the Addleshaw Goddard team on the NOMA project.
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