Alison has a broad range of technical expertise, working across sectors with a focus on managing work for clients dealing with large property portfolios and project-based work.

Leading a team dealing with acquisitions, disposals, re-financing, lease renewals, telecoms and all other aspects of portfolio management acting for both landlords, tenants and property investor clients. Alison has experience of managing delivery of projects for clients across a range of sectors including public sector, residential, leisure & retail, energy and telecoms. Utilising innovation and new ways of working to provide bespoke solutions for clients she works with to achieve financial and operational efficiencies.

Alison acts for national high street retailers, public body landlords and national PLC energy companies.

Jurisdiction: England & Wales 


  • Local COVID-19 Testing Centre Sites - delivery of a project involving the negotiation and completion of 400+ licences for local testing centre sites nationwide in support of the Government’s pandemic testing programme.
  • Delivery of a project involving over 300 leasehold acquisitions across the UK in relation to a distressed business acquisition of high street retail stores.
  • CTIL - leading a team in the delivery of 2,065 new leases, lease renewals, licences, variation and assignments over a 30-month period for CTIL (joint venture for Vodafone and Telefonica). Believed to be one of, if not the largest number of commercial real estate transactions undertaken for a commercial tenant in the UK over this period.
  • Public Body Landlord - dealing with an ongoing phased lease renewal programme, working alongside the property litigation team in the large-scale service of section 25 notices for a public body landlord.
  • Leading a team dealing with 700+ sites requiring the grant of deeds of easement relating to injurious claims across the UK for a PLC energy company.
  • Leading a team in delivering over 300 certificates of title relating to retail and ancillary units within airports across the UK in a £multi-million deal.
  • Dealing with the review of tenancies with the use of AI to report on the basis of occupation for tenants across a range of UK shopping centres being acquired by Savills. To enable swift and efficient on-boarding and ongoing estate management of the centres.