Denton Wilde Sapte is playing its part in changing London’s skyline, advising building company Newlands Enterprises on a development for the South Bank.
Planning partner Emma White?led?the?team handling the application for planning permission for a three-building project designed by Lord Foster’s firm of architects Foster & Partners.
The tallest of the buildings will be 27 storeys high and will include hotel rooms and apartments.
Newlands Enterprises is owned by developers the Reuben brothers, who are established?clients?of Dentons.
The firm advised on the Reuben brothers’ purchase of Hereford House on London’s Oxford Street in 2007. This deal marks the first time that the firm has worked for the Newlands arm.
The Foster & Partners project is expected to take three years once building starts and boost the local economy by £1.5m.