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Admitted as a Solicitor:  2005


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Commercial Property
Development / Regeneration
Landlord and Tenant

Tina Durani - professional  photo NEW 2.

Tina spent nine years at magic circle law firm Clifford Chance LLP before joining DJB.  She is recognised as a leading commercial property lawyer, having advised clients including Barclays Bank, General Electric, Lloyds Banking Group, Credit Suisse and Network Rail.  Tina can add significant value for in-house lawyers by drawing on her experience of working in-house at E.ON UK, Horizon Nuclear Power Limited and NPower.   Since joining DJB Tina has advised on some key projects including the London office move of the Attorney General's Office.  


Highlights include advising: 

  • Attorney General's Office on the relocation of their London HQ. 

  • A banking organisation on the acquisition a large portfolio from Lloyds Banking Group secured by 141 commercial real estate properties in Europe, primarily in the Nordic region with a market value of €808million.

  • Network Rail on the property and commercial aspects of the £500 million restoration plan in and around King’s Cross Station. 

  • Legal & General UK Property Income Fund (PIF) on the purchase of Fremlin Walk, a shopping centre in Maidstone for over £90 million

  • Metrovacesa and its subsidiaries on the initial investment and development of Walbrook Square for £240 million. 

  • Mitsui Fudosan UK Limited on the acquisition of the BBC Centre in Wood Lane via a JV between Mitsui, a Canadian pension fund and Stanhope plc.

  • A national pub operator on the Real Estate aspects of its £2.7 billion acquisition of 1,800 pubs from a competitor.

  • General Electric on the sale of the Baglan Plant. 

  • Barclays Bank in respect of the refinancing of an existing loan facility to a borrower company with 16 further properties coming into the security package.

  • A government-owned company in connection with its development of a new business district in Jersey


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