- London, Southampton
- Real Estate
- 020 7484 7574
What Myles can do for you
Myles advises both public and private sector clients on a range of real estate matters.
He is experienced in the negotiation of commercial leases from both a landlord and tenant perspective, particularly in the context of healthcare premises. Myles also advises on acquisitions and disposals including negotiating overage and anti-embarrassment provisions.
Myles assists his clients in all manner of estate management including assignments, underlettings, occupational arrangements, alterations and rent deposits.
Myles advises GPs and other healthcare professionals in connection with the protection of their real estate assets in the context of partnerships. He works closely with solicitors in Hempsons’ corporate team to ensure that his clients’ partnership arrangements meet their business objectives, protect the partners’ property investments and their unique funding requirements.
Myles also has years of experience in real estate finance acting for a broad client base including charities and other third sector organisations, as well as GPs utilising new funding to restructure their practices.
Main areas of expertise
- Landlord and tenant
- Secured lending
- Commercial property acquisitions and disposal (including sale and leaseback)
- Estate management
The clients he works with
- NHS trusts and professional bodies
- Healthcare professionals (including GPs and dentists)
- Charities and other third sector organisations
- Businesses and private individuals
The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors recently published an updated Code for Leasing Business Premises, effective from 1 September 2020, which independent practitioners will need to be aware of when negotiating leases whether as a landlord or as a tenant.
The Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) (Coronavirus) (England) (Amendment) Order 2020
The Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) (Coronavirus) (England) (Amendment) Order 2020 came into effect on Thursday, 9 April 2020. Myles Evans provides a summary.