Rebecca acts for developers, contractors, funders, investors, purchasers, tenants, subcontractors and consultants and her experience in representing the interests of each of these parties across a myriad of schemes means she is well-placed to anticipate project requirements and manage them effectively.
Described by her clients as “dynamic”, “client-focussed” and “commercially astute”, Rebecca has been recognised by the Legal 500 as “outstanding – professional, informative and exceptionally competent” whilst Chambers & Partners commented that she is well liked by clients for the “prompt and responsive” service she provides, as well as her “absolutely diligent” manner.
Rebecca qualified in 2006 into the market-leading London construction practice at which she had trained. She advises clients based nationwide from all sectors of the industry regarding procurement strategy, project management, contract administration and the drafting and negotiation of development agreements, funding agreements, building contracts, professional appointments, collateral warranties and all related documentation.
Grounded, thorough and pragmatic, Rebecca facilitates the achievement of her client’s goals efficiently with the minimum of fuss.