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Real Estate, Hospitality & Construction
The globalisation of capital, increased competition for assets, emerging technologies and changing customer demographics require the real estate, hospitality and construction (RHC) sector to rethink traditional paths to successful investment.
To remain competitive, companies must explore new structuring options, improve operational efficiency and balance portfolios to maximise return on investment – all while mastering digital disruption and gaining a deeper understanding of customer preferences.
We work with RHC companies to capitalise on digital innovation and adopt a bolder, more agile approach to navigating their fast-changing markets.
Our people drive return on investment and performance improvement by helping you streamline your operating model, manage risk, and enhance your customers’ experience, offering a holistic approach to growth opportunities.
- Real Estate
The UK remains a highly attractive destination for international and domestic real estate investment. However, the way we own, occupy and use real estate is fundamentally changing.
Today, commercial developments are custom built considering trends in occupier demand, autonomous vehicles threaten the value of underground car parking space, online shopping is impacting the amount of space retailers require, and community living is an increasing trend in big cities.
In addition to the many effects of digitisation, the sector faces existing challenges meeting regulatory requirements and managing financial risk while balancing sustainable growth.
We work with real estate funds, REITs, institutional investors and property companies across a broad range of sectors, including; office, retail, residential/PRS, student accommodation and healthcare.
Real estate contacts:
Nicola Westbrooke | +44 (0)20 7760 9288
Transactions Advisory Services:
Helen Pratten | +44 (0)20 7951 2264
Dan Saunders | +44 (0)20 7951 1803
Isla Hay | +44 (0)20 7951 7705
The hospitality and leisure sector is facing a complex and shifting landscape.
Brexit-related uncertainty and the squeeze on consumers has led to cautious investment, but brighter times are ahead as we see inflationary pressures easing and consolidation in a number of sub-sectors.
We work with clients across a broad range of sectors, including; hotels, casual dining, restaurants, leisure and gaming.
Hotels and Casual Dining:
Christian Mole | +44 (0)20 7951 3034
Rachel Savage | +44 (0)20 7951 8128
Andy Fyffe | +44 (0)13 1777 2425
Betting and Gaming:
Grant Humphrey | +44 (0)15 8264 3182
Jeremy Benton | +44 (0)20 7951 0210
Areas like infrastructure and housebuilding have boosted growth in the construction industry, despite substantial consolidation in recent years. Companies are beginning to invest more in research and development as productivity and performance improvement is key to building margin lost due to cost and inflationary pressures.
We work with clients across a broad range of sectors, including housebuilders, developers and infrastructure.
Adrian Mulea | +44 (0)20 7951 4436
Transactions Advisory Services:
Ian Marson | +44 (0)20 7951 3596
Julie Bundy | +44 (0)23 8038 2004
RHC Market Segment Leader
+44 (0)20 7951 5947
RHC Head of Tax
+44 (0)20 7760 9288
RHC Head of Assurance
+44 (0)20 7951 1803
RHC Head of Transaction Advisory Services
+44 (0)20 7951 2264
RHC Head of Hospitality & Leisure UKI
+44 (0)7970 122009
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