Rebecca has over 15 years experience in the real estate sector working on all aspects of residential development and regeneration projects for both public and private sector organisations.
Rebecca has a diverse client base and acts for developers, housebuilders, contractors, registered providers and local authorities. She specialises in real estate acquisition and sales, transaction structuring, development, regeneration, joint ventures and partnerships and has particular expertise in student accommodation and build to rent projects. She advises on the real estate aspects of development financing having acted for numerous clients seeking funding solutions.
Rebecca has advised on numerous large scale projects with particular highlights including advising Galliford Try on their Opal joint venture and the development of their largest project at Silvertown Way and advising Uliving@Hertfordshire on their development of purpose built student accommodation comprising 2500 new rooms, financed using a £145m index linked senior secured unwrapped bond – the first in the UK.
As well as technical ability, Rebecca is commercial, pragmatic and reliable - she will get the job done in a way that provides solutions. She is client focused, understands the clients business and ultimate goals and leads her team ensuring efficiency and delivery to a high standard. Her experience acting for a varied mix of clients affords a unique perspective having sat on all sides of the table.
Her clients view her as a "incredibly positive and willing to go the extra mile to ensure the deal is done and done properly”
Rebecca is a regular attendee at all major industry events including MIPIM and MIPIM UK and has recently spoken for the BPF on the topic of co-living and micro housing. She also is a regular participant in diversity initiatives in the sector and leads the Gender, Work and Family network at Trowers.