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Home / BDB Pitmans at MIPIM 12-15 March 2024

BDB Pitmans attended the annual MIPIM conference and exhibition in Cannes. This year’s conference focused on the current challenges facing the real estate sector, and more importantly, how to get ahead of them, with a particular emphasis on climate change, geopolitics and technology – areas of increasing concern for our clients.

It was great to join our fellow property professionals at the event and see a more diverse and sustainable approach to real estate.

Find out more about our real estate experts and get in touch with them by clicking on their profiles below.

Our MIPIM 2024 team

Our expertise in real estate, development and infrastructure

Many of our lawyers and advisers are recognised leaders in their practice areas – their knowledge and experience help us to provide a unique, client-centred approach to law. Wherever your business objectives take you, we’re as happy to work on complex challenges, as well as those more everyday legal matters.

Our real estate expertise covers all areas including site acquisitions and disposals, portfolio management, tenant advice work, development schemes, construction, obtaining rights over land and security work.

We pride ourselves on our ability to offer our clients a diverse commercial property service.

Our clients:

  • investors;
  • funders;
  • buyers;
  • sellers;
  • landlords; and
  • tenants

Our expertise:

  • construction;
  • development;
  • real estate finance;
  • biodiversity net gain (BNG);
  • infrastructure projects; and
  • property litigation

No matter the complexity, we bring the clarity.

Our clients also benefit from our multidisciplinary teams with specialist advice provided as required by lawyers from our planning, tax, construction, commercial and dispute resolution teams.

Implications of biodiversity net gain on the real estate sector

One of the most ground-breaking developments to affect the real estate sector recently has been the introduction of BNG, a new mandatory condition attached to all planning permissions from January 2024, where any habitat lost by the development must be replaced with enhanced habitat elsewhere.

Whilst it brings about a lot of opportunities for some businesses, it also poses an equal amount of challenges to others. BDB Pitmans is at the forefront of advising a wide range of clients on BNG and we have been following the development of the regime closely.

For more information, visit our BNG page, sign up to our BNG Bulletin or download our brochure.

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