Kate Cunningham helps clients to successfully deliver major mixed use regeneration projects and development opportunities.
This includes advising the public sector and private sector on the initial land assembly, choosing a delivery partner, structuring, putting in place the appropriate framework documents for the project and continued advice throughout the lifecycle of the project.
Kate advises private and public sector clients in all aspects of development and regeneration work. She joined the firm as an associate in 2014, having qualified in 2007 at Herbert Smith Freehills LLP in the property team, specialising in development, sales and purchases and railway matters. Kate enjoys working with land owners to deliver complex development and regeneration schemes.
Kate's clients include Greater London Authority (London Underground, TfL and Crossrail), London Borough of Barnet Council, and London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham Council.
Continuing to advise the London Borough of Barnet on the £8 billion regeneration of Brent Cross Town. Recent milestones include the £600 million partnership between Related Argent and Invesco Real Estate to deliver four buildings, totalling c. 800 sale and build to rent homes, Fusion and Cheyne Capital acquiring part of the site to construct a £210 million student development, the imminent construction of affordable homes and Sheffield Hallam University is set to offer degree level courses at a new campus site within Brent Cross Town.
Acting for TfL on TfL's TTL Properties partnership with Ballymore for the regeneration of Edgware town centre in north London. The partners will redevelop the 7.5 acre Broadwalk Shopping Centre and will include delivery of new homes, improved retail space, improvements to the bus station and garages and create a high street on Station Road.
Acting for TfL and London Underground on the agreement for LUL's interface with the development of the Elephant and Castle shopping centre with Delancey, including the delivery of a new entrance to the Northern Line, with capacity to serve the potential Bakerloo Line extension, as part of a larger (c £1bn) development including a new campus for the University of the Arts London, 500 new homes, a cinema, retail and office space.
Acting for the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham on their joint venture with A2 Dominion Developments Limited for the West King Street renewal programme in Hammersmith. It will involve the delivery of new office accommodation for the Council, 204 new homes (52% of which will be affordable), new B1 office, a cinema, shops, café and restaurants and a new public square and improved public realm.