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Law firms Howard Kennedy and Clifford Chance acted in the final wrapping up of the Butler's Wharf Estate, which went into receivership in 1990.
Howard Kennedy and property agents Cluttons advised Frogmore Estates in its purchase of the remaining freehold and leasehold properties in the London estate from joint administrative receivers Nigel Hamilton and Alan Bloom of Ernst & Young.
Clifford Chance and agents Hillier Parker advised the receivers.
This represents the conclusion of the long-term strategy of the receivers, which were appointed in December 1990. Other sales have continued over recent months and years.