Dan Gwilliam Partner

Speaks:  English

Qualified: 1999 - Solicitor of England & Wales

Primary office:  London

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Dan Gwilliam

Dan advises a variety of investors and developers in respect of all types of real estate assets.

He has extensive experience advising institutional investors and developers in relation to shopping centre, retail warehouse, logistics, industrial and office investments and developments.

Dan's broad base of clients and diverse investment sector experience enable him to advise effectively on a wide variety of projects and asset management and leasing matters and fully understands the different needs and perspectives of investors, finance developers and their tenants.



Dan acts for investors and developers of real estate, including AXA, Friends Life, NFU Mutual, Salmon Developments, Aviva, Universities Superannuation Scheme and Development Securities.


  • Dan advised the Universities Superannuation Scheme on its sale of Telford Shopping Centre, and on its development and asset management of the Grand Arcade shopping centre in Cambridge.
  • He worked for Axa's UK Long Lease Fund on the development and forward purchase of Travis Perkins retail warehouse in Luton, which he advised Axa REIM and GIC Real Estate on the sale of Thomas More Square London.
  • Dan worked for Tesco Pension Trustees on the acquisition of a 50% joint venture interest, and subsequent disposal of interest, in a portfolio of supermarket stores.
  • He advised SHP Opportunity Fund on its acquisition, financing and ongoing development of Cathedral Plaza, Worcester.
  • He acted for Salmon Harvester Properties on the development and sale of a warehouse development in Enfield.

Career & Recognition

Filter timeline:
  • 2016

    • Career
      Gowling WLG (UK) LLP, partner
  • 2014

    • Career
      Wragge Lawrence Graham & Co, partner
  • 2007

    • Career
      Lawrence Graham, partner
  • 1999

    • Qualifications (Year of Call/Admission, etc.)
      Qualified, Solicitor of England & Wales
    • Career
      Lawrence Graham, solicitor
  • 1997

    • Career
      Trained British Telecommunications