Jonathan is a Partner in the Asset Management and Development teams.

He supports clients with site acquisition and redevelopment, and has handled projects as diverse as hospital redevelopments, canal-side properties for leisure, offices and social housing, brownfield sites, listed building restoration and data centres.  He has particular expertise in acquiring and financing sites for renewable energy with their specific requirements regarding access to the power supply network, technical issues and power purchase agreements.

A number of Jonathan’s clients have large property portfolios, and he handles all aspects of asset management including new leases and lease renewals, as well as handling any property issues such as service charges or dilapidations, and any tenancy disputes.

His clients include commercial property owners, investors, developers and tenants. Notably, Jonathan supports one of the UK’s largest fast food franchises with over one hundred units, a European headquartered corporate property developer, a renewable energy business, private developers and a number of high-net-worth family trusts.

Jonathan has acted on a number of projects which have involved joint ventures to develop and deliver residential and student accommodation. These have included joint ventures between both landowners and developers to deliver large scale residential accommodation. He has also represented developers in joint ventures with mainstream funds and academic institutions to deliver phased student accommodation projects within precise timescales.

Recent examples of how Jonathan has supported clients include:

  • refinancing several established solar power farms, and negotiating power purchase agreements for new sites on industrial roof-space on behalf of a specialist renewable energy fund;
  • negotiating private wire agreements with a renewable energy plant;
  • acquiring numerous sites and managing the property portfolio for a leading fast food franchisor; and
  • acting for a series of landowners in a landmark mixed use regeneration scheme.