Aleem Khan is a solicitor advising on all aspects of real estate development, with a focus on residential let mixed-use schemes.

Aleem has dealt with an extensive range of transactions. These include complicated conditional contracts with sales and planning overage, option agreements, regeneration agreements, freehold reversion sales, affordable housing agreements, and serviced land sale agreements.

Aleem helps clients structure their deals to align commercial objectives with legal obligations.

Recent work
  • Drafting option agreements and conditional contracts for national housebuilders.
  • Project managing a long-term joint venture between a major housebuilder and a registered provider in the delivery of a large Homes England development site that has been ongoing since 2008.
  • Dealing with a national housebuilder's regeneration of a north London estate in collaboration with the local London borough.
  • Advising a wholly-owned subsidiary of a London borough on its acquisition of approximately 15 sites worth over £27 million (and a gross developed value of over £254 million). These will be redeveloped for mixed-use, with a focus on the private rented sector involving complex title issues, rights of light advice, planning advice, party wall advice, temporary access licences, adverse possession, stopping up and highways issues, overage, conditional contracts and complex planning agreements. 
  • As part of a cross-discipline team, advised on the property due diligence in L&Q’s complex and highly publicised corporate acquisition of a £505 million strategic land company.
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