Real Estate Development

MacRoberts’ property solicitors have significant experience advising on real estate development and have been involved in some of the most high-profile commercial and residential development projects in Scotland. 

Our team works with public and private sector property developers, funders and occupiers from the initial stages right through to the completion of a project. Our clients include urban development and regeneration companies, major supermarkets and retailers, construction and infrastructure firms, leading national home builders, hotel and leisure operators, public sector and local government organisations and care homes.

 As a full-service law firm, our property lawyers are able to call on the experience and expertise of our colleagues in construction law, real estate finance and investment, projects, infrastructure and dispute resolution where necessary, allowing our clients to benefit from a seamless legal service.

We are particularly experienced in advising on:

  • Urban development and regeneration
  • Leasing, acquisitions and disposals
  • Site assembly and development
  • Planning
  • Infrastructure
  • Management of assets
  • Funding
  • Corporate property transactions
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  • "They always deliver. The firm is very strong, commercial and practical, making sure we were protected at all times."

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  • "The Dundee team is 'extremely competent, pragmatic and sensible'."

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Real Estate at MacRoberts

Our award-winning Property team has not only the specialist legal knowledge required to assist our clients, but also the sector experience and practical know-how acquired through many years of working on a wide variety of high-profile real estate projects across Scotland.

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