We have a proven track record for providing decisive, sustainable solutions and for advising at a strategic level throughout the real estate life cycle, rather than simply fighting fires.
"They have the quality, sector knowledge and the ability to be a member of our team."– Chambers and Partners UK 2016 - Real Estate Northwest
Whether working with investors, fund and property managers, owners, occupiers, developers, lenders and public sector organisations or banks, pension funds, insurance companies and sovereign wealth funds, we provide locally relevant, cross-border expertise.
We work across the whole spectrum of Real Estate services, from commercial occupier matters in the retail, leisure, hospitality, manufacturing, telecoms, education, local government, corporate private and public sectors, through to supporting property development projects, finance, planning and investment. We provide leading advice on construction disputes and other real estate litigation.
We facilitate affordable and social housing development and land regeneration. And, through all this, we work hard to reduce risk and help you make smarter decisions.
DWF conducted a public survey and participated in a panel discussion on the issue at the recent Conservative Party Conference.
DWF are offering a unique opportunity for junior in-house lawyers to learn and network at our training series.
What are the key challenges and how can town centres flourish in the future?
DWF, the global legal business, has advised Custodian REIT plc on its latest £24.65 million property portfolio acquisition.
Andrew Symms, head of construction at DWF, comments on IHS Markit/CIPS Construction figures for September.
Legal and regulatory concerns around implementing new technology are holding back real estate businesses from driving innovation in the sector, according to a new report by global legal business, DWF.
Kate Kirby, partner in the construction team at DWF, comments on the IHS Markit/CIPS construction PMI data released today.
Since the start of the 21st century, the whole structure of our economy has been transformed as a result of technological advances in information and communications technologies, and we now live in a world which is digitally connected and where time and geography have become increasingly irrelevant.
Melanie Williams, head of the real estate sector at global legal business, DWF, comments on the latest IHS MARKIT / CIPS UK Construction PMI figures for June.
Phil Dunn, senior associate in the Real Estate team at global legal business DWF, comments on the CMA's enquiry into the leasehold housing market and service charge regimes.