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Ailsa Lawrence

Position: Consultant

Ailsa is a former partner of Winckworth Sherwood, now working as a consultant to the firm.  She has experience of handling all types of property transactions, particularly in relation to the acquisition and disposal of commercial property, both leasehold and freehold, and drafting and negotiating the documentation relating to new developments.  Ailsa has considerable experience of acting for both landlords and tenants in negotiating leases and associated documentation and of advising in relation to general estate management issues. 

Recent experience

  • Acting on behalf of the Metropolitan Police Authority in the acquisition of a site for a new patrol base and custody suite, including investigating and reporting on title, drafting and negotiating a complex development agreement conditional on planning and dealing with the relocation of telecoms operators at the site
  • Acting on the purchase of a large freehold site for re-development which was occupied by tenants and advising on the implications of the tenancy documentation and strategy for ensuring vacant possession of the site.

Work history

2007 to date Consultant, Winckworth Sherwood
2003 to 2006 Partner, Winckworth Sherwood
1998 to 2003 Solicitor, Finers Stephens Innocent
1990 to 1998 Trainee then Solicitor, Winckworth Sherwood

Spoken languages

French


Contact details

Tel.       +44 (0)20 7593 5141

Fax.      +44 (0)20 7593 5198

Email.   alawrence@wslaw.co.uk

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Winckworth Sherwood is acting on Wandsworth Borough Council’s £1bn Nine Elms regeneration, which includes Battersea Power Station; the scheme plans to provide up to 16,000 homes and extend the London Underground’s Northern Line to the site. It also assisted Durham County Council with a wide-reaching service delivery review, and is advising Bridgend Council on a £50m leisure outsourcing project.

Legal 500, 2012