With over 100 lawyers in the team, Mills & Reeve can offer a comprehensive service that will support your business. Whether you are a public or private company, based in the UK or overseas, they will be able to offer the best legal advice and support available.
Mills & Reeve will work with you to understand your business and real estate needs. Along with their expertise, experience and insight, the team also specialises in areas including landlord and tenant, planning and environment, tax, development, finance, construction and dispute resolution.
The team are dedicated to making sure that you not only get the right advice but also the right lawyer for your company, so you can be confident that they understand you, your business and the best way to deal with the challenges you face.
They have a wide range of experience, including:
- Advising on multimillion pound transactions
- Strategic land projects to develop new homes
- Capital projects
- Campus developments
- Healthcare real estate projects — including the largest in the sector
Clients include Trinity College Cambridge, Railway Pension Trustee Company Limited, Urban&Civic Limited, University of Cambridge, Brookgate cb1 Limited, St. John’s College Cambridge, Norwich Research Park, Cambridge University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust (Addenbrooke’s) and Toyota Tsusho Automobile t/a Jemca Group.
Mills & Reeve was named real estate team of the year, 2013, at the Legal Business Awards
‘A fantastic firm with good people… experts in all fields.’ — Chambers UK
‘Mills & Reeve LLP’s “best-in-class” real estate team… provide ”consistently outstanding, constructive service”.’ — Legal 500
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