Kathryn Noble


Kathryn is a Senior Associate in Trowers & Hamlins' Construction department.

Kathryn advises clients throughout the lifecycle of construction and engineering projects, experienced in procurement methods and drafting and negotiating core and ancillary construction documents such as building contracts, professional appointments, development agreements, collateral warranties/direct agreements, bonds, guarantees and documents to meet third party requirements.

Specialising in non-contentious construction projects, with experience of contentious matters, Kathryn also assists clients and their project teams to manage contractual and legal issues that arise in construction aspects of projects and transactions, including real estate (acquisitions, disposals, landlord/tenant), retail/leisure, corporate, energy, financial services, and technology/ communications. 

Kathryn acts for a range of clients, including investors, corporates, developers, private individuals, contractors, and construction professionals. Her experience includes advising on the key construction contracts and construction-related issues arising on development of luxury residential and commercial apartments, retrofits and refurbishments of commercial, residential and change of use buildings, technology/energy efficiency and energy management schemes, renewable energy, development of a logistics and distribution facility, and acting for banks on financing of residential, commercial, hospitality and healthcare facilities.

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