Firm trio lead £111m London real estate portfolio sale
Bond Dickinson, Herbert Smith Freehills and Eversheds have taken lead roles on the £111m purchase of a south London property portfolio by joint venture Walworth Investment Properties. The 50:50 venture, set up between property investors Grainger and Dorrington, was created to acquire the residential portfolio from Grainger itself. A large team from Herbert Smith Freehills advised Dorrington, including corporate partner David Paterson, real estate partner Martin Dawbney, finance partner Ewen Fergusson, employment partner Peter Frost, and tax partners Will Arrenberg and Neil Warriner.
Bond Dickinson, Herbert Smith Freehills and Eversheds have taken lead roles on the £111m purchase of a south London property portfolio by joint venture Walworth Investment Properties.
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