Continued growth for Trowers & Hamlins’ Manchester office


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International top 40 law firm Trowers & Hamlins has recruited new real estate partner, Chris Parkinson.

Chris joins the Trowers Manchester office from Brabners LLP where he previously worked in both the Liverpool and Manchester offices latterly as Head of Residential Development. Chris has over 20 years' experience in real estate with particular emphasis on land, development agreements and regeneration of urban and brownfield sites. His clients include housebuilders, planning promotion companies, developers and property investment companies.

Developments in the Manchester office continue with the expansion of the corporate team with the addition of Kavita Roy and the promotion of Projects & Construction expert Tom Holroyd to the firm's partnership.

Suzanne Benson, partner and head of the Manchester office commented:

"I am delighted that Chris has decided to join us at Trowers. His appointment will further strengthen our real estate offering in the North West, particularly in the private sector market. This is a very exciting time for us in Manchester right now and the growth of the team reflects the increased diversity of our service and our client base across the North West and beyond."

Chris Parkinson added:

"It's great to be part of the Trowers team and its ambitions for growth. It feels like a really good fit bringing my private sector background, work and contacts to the firm to complement the established expertise that Trowers has in the commercial, housing, private residential and public sector markets - it's a great team right across the practice.
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