Nick Green is head of the Birmingham office and a partner in the Real Estate Practice Group. Nick’s particular expertise covers development and corporate real estate with a focus on healthcare development, hotels and leisure and corporate acquisitions and disposals. Nick acts for a number of significant clients in relation to their acquisitions and disposals of real estate, joint ventures, investment transactions, whether purely asset or share agreements, and the asset management for clients with substantial leasehold portfolios.

The Legal 500 UK has described Nick as a member of our "professional and reliable team" whose advice is "always bang on the mark”. 

Nick played rugby for Headingley, Wakefield and Leeds and currently is the coach of Bournville RFC Under 15’s rugby team.

Nick is involved in the Business in the Classroom CBI initiative and works with the Business in the Community team.

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  • Acting for the world’s largest specialty jewellery retailer in the sale and leaseback of its head office.
  • Acting for a hotel operator in relation to the UK property elements of the disposal of its hotel portfolio.
  • Acting for a UK motor dealership in relation to the disposal of its assets involving over 40 sites.
  • Acting in relation to the site acquisition, development, multi-letting, funding and forward sale of a substantial primary care facility in the northwest of England.
  • Advising in relation to the pre-let of a new headquarters office of a FTSE 100 company.

Education

  • University of Exeter, B.A., 1987
  • University of Leeds, Law Society Finals, 1989

Admissions

  • England and Wales, 1991
  • Recommended in Chambers UK 2018 for Real Estate, West Midlands
  • Recommended as a Leading Individual in The Legal 500 UK 2017 for Commercial property
  • Recognized as a leading individual by Chambers UK 2016
  • Recommended as a Leading Individual in The Legal 500 UK 2015 for Commercial Property

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