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Rosie joined Edwin Coe in 2018 from Pemberton Greenish where she had been a partner in the Residential Property department.

Rosie specialises in transactional work involving high value residential properties in Prime Central London as well as country houses, equestrian properties, farms and estates for a mix of high-net-worth individuals plus developers and investors.

She has acted on some of the highest value and complex residential transactions in Prime Central London in recent years, many of which have involved enfranchisement issues.

She deals with all aspects of financing, including Sharia compliant financing for borrowers.

Rosie also advises on general residential landlord and tenant issues and has particular expertise in advising on both landlords and tenants on rights of first refusal under the Landlord and Tenant Act 1987. She has also advised on Build to Rent schemes and on Care Home Studios investments.

Her approach is to give accessible, pragmatic and commercial advice to clients so that their objectives and needs can be met as swiftly, and with as minimal fuss, as possible.

  • Advising on the acquisition and financing of a leasehold properties with development potential in Prime Central London for investors to include taking assignments of lease extension and freehold claims.
  • Sale and purchases of country houses and equestrian properties in the Home Counties and the West Country for private owners.
  • Advising on a variety of rural property issues affecting a large farming estate in Oxfordshire.
  • Drafting and negotiating letting and management documents for a Build to Rent development and a student housing scheme both in North West England.
  • Advising various Middle Eastern investors on the purchase and financing of portfolios of new build apartments in West London.
  • Dealing with the sale of the residential part of a recently developed mixed use building in Soho to include structuring the title to protect the building from enfranchisement and dealing with the sales of the apartments.
  • Negotiating with the Grosvenor Estate on the change of use of a building and the alteration of the title structure with a view to converting the building into a non-enfranchisable dwelling.
She is incredibly personable, highly efficient and very good.

Chambers High Net Worth 2020

She is incredibly personable, highly efficient and very good.

Chambers High Net Worth 2020

Expertise

Credentials

  • Ranked as a Leading Individual for Real Estate: High Value Residential in the Chambers High Net Worth Guide 2020

  • Fellow of the Agricultural Law Association

  • Member of the Property & Finance Group

Quotes

She is nice to deal with and I like working with her.


Chambers High Net Worth 2020

She is nice to deal with and I like working with her.

Chambers High Net Worth 2020

She is incredibly personable, highly efficient and very good.


Chambers High Net Worth 2020

She is incredibly personable, highly efficient and very good.

Chambers High Net Worth 2020

She is really nice and a good lawyer.


Chambers High Net Worth 2020

She is really nice and a good lawyer.

Chambers High Net Worth 2020

They are excellent, very efficient and have a fantastically broad depth of expertise.


Chambers High Net Worth 2020

They are excellent, very efficient and have a fantastically broad depth of expertise.

Chambers High Net Worth 2020

The firm's strength is the practicality of the solicitors involved. Firstly, they are readily available. Secondly, th...
Chambers High Net Worth 2018

The firm's strength is the practicality of the solicitors involved. Firstly, they are readily available. Secondly, they aim to simplify the legal issues involved and concentrate on those which affect the outcome of the case.

Chambers High Net Worth 2018

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Rosie McCormick Paice

Partner

Rosie joined Edwin Coe in 2018 from Pemberton Greenish where she had been a partner in the Residential Property department.

Rosie specialises in transactional work involving high value residential properties in Prime Central London as well as country houses, equestrian properties, farms and estates for a mix of high-net-worth individuals plus developers and investors.

She has acted on some of the highest value and complex residential transactions in Prime Central London in recent years, many of which have involved enfranchisement issues.

She deals with all aspects of financing, including Sharia compliant financing for borrowers.

Rosie also advises on general residential landlord and tenant issues and has particular expertise in advising on both landlords and tenants on rights of first refusal under the Landlord and Tenant Act 1987. She has also advised on Build to Rent schemes and on Care Home Studios investments.

Her approach is to give accessible, pragmatic and commercial advice to clients so that their objectives and needs can be met as swiftly, and with as minimal fuss, as possible.

Expertise

  • Property: Overview
  • Country houses and estates
  • Equestrian properties
  • Leasehold Enfranchisement, Lease Extension and Right to Manage
  • Property Finance and Loan Security
  • Sales, Purchasing, and Lettings
  • Ultra-prime Residential Property

Experience

  • Advising on the acquisition and financing of a leasehold properties with development potential in Prime Central London for investors to include taking assignments of lease extension and freehold claims.
  • Sale and purchases of country houses and equestrian properties in the Home Counties and the West Country for private owners.
  • Advising on a variety of rural property issues affecting a large farming estate in Oxfordshire.
  • Drafting and negotiating letting and management documents for a Build to Rent development and a student housing scheme both in North West England.
  • Advising various Middle Eastern investors on the purchase and financing of portfolios of new build apartments in West London.
  • Dealing with the sale of the residential part of a recently developed mixed use building in Soho to include structuring the title to protect the building from enfranchisement and dealing with the sales of the apartments.
  • Negotiating with the Grosvenor Estate on the change of use of a building and the alteration of the title structure with a view to converting the building into a non-enfranchisable dwelling.

Credentials

  • Ranked as a Leading Individual for Real Estate: High Value Residential in the Chambers High Net Worth Guide 2020

  • Fellow of the Agricultural Law Association

  • Member of the Property & Finance Group

Contact

Telephone:
+44(0)20 7691 4112

Email:
rosie.mccormickpaice@edwincoe.com

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