Commercial and Residential Development

Commercial Developments

The Property team at MKB Law has been involved in commercial property development work as part of its core business for many years. We have experience of development structures, forward funding and joint ventures (whether corporate or partnership based), project management and straightforward single-developments.

One of the key aspects to MKB Law’s success is the knowledge that successfully dealing with the wide range of issues that development work can throw up, does not just involve property lawyers but, in appropriate cases, the right input from the planning, corporate, construction and litigation expertise in the firm, which, all being under one roof can be delivered in seamless fashion.

Residential Developments

Our range of clients include property developers building up to 100 houses a year, plus small bespoke builders working on individual sites. MKB Law has a proven record of handling all aspects of complex acquisitions and disposals of residential and mixed use developments including large scale regeneration projects.

We have expertise in a broad range of transactions including:

Strategic land and site assembly, joint ventures and consortium agreements

Planning and infrastructure, highways and utility agreements

Private Streets Agreements and Road Bonds

Option agreements, overage and clawback, conditional contracts

Construction and engineering contracts, professional appointments, warranties,

Building agreements, leases and licences

Brownfield and contaminated sites, including environmental issues


Our experience and expertise allow our team to provide an unrivalled service to all clients.


Our personal understanding ensures our clients are at the forefront of our services.


Our team provides clear legal guidance to complement your business structure.


Our clients span all industries, from technology to agriculture and hospitality to renewables.

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