Harriet Kitchenham


Harriet works for registered providers, charities, private developers and local authorities. Harriet has assisted and advised on large development projects including a number of disposals of tenanted university accommodation and local authority regeneration projects.

Harriet has acted on a £200m stock swap for a registered provider and led a rationalisation of another registered provider's leasehold portfolio amounting to over 800 units.

Harriet drafts and negotiates development agreements, nomination agreements, conditional on planning sale agreements, stock transfers, 'golden brick' contracts and leases. Harriet also advises on planning matters such as S106 and S278 agreements and complex freehold and leasehold titles. Harriet has extensive experience of producing reports on title for clients; reviewing and advising on the title and reporting on key issues in purchasing a property or development site and interpreting the results of searches from utility providers and the local authority.

Harriet has led residential sales to include reporting on any title issues, negotiation of contracts and drafting of transfers and post completion matters such as SDLT and registration at the Land Registry. Harriet has assisted on plot sales for registered providers.

Harriet also has experience in a wide variety of commercial property transactions; acting for investors, retailers, developers and occupiers in relation to the acquisition and disposal of diverse freehold and leasehold properties such as funeral homes, warehouses, restaurants, pubs, bars and shops.

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