Trowers & Hamlins grows Real Estate team in Exeter


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Top 40 law firm Trowers & Hamlins, has recruited partner Nicholas Burt to its real estate team in Exeter, the firm's second largest office, after its headquarters in London.

Nicholas joins from Foot Anstey and brings over 13 years' experience advising on all aspects of private and commercial developer work. He has vast experience in the private residential developer market, working with a number of large regional housebuilders. He also has expertise in commercial development work and advising land owning clients and estates.

Nicholas commented on his arrival:

"I am delighted to have joined Trowers. I am looking forward to continuing to expand our work out of Exeter in the private residential development market and to building our offering in this area. This is an exciting time for the housing market across the South West peninsular with several new and rapidly expanding entrants in the private residential market. Trowers is a fantastic firm and uniquely positioned to support those companies and I look forward to working with the team to grow and develop the practice."

Partner and head of the firm's Exeter office, Joseph Acton added:

"Nicholas will be a valuable addition to the Trowers real estate team in Exeter and will add to the firm's existing portfolio of clients regionally and across the UK. He brings a great deal of experience in working for clients in and beyond the South West, and across the real estate developer market. We are delighted to welcome him to the team."

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