I specialise in complex property transactions with a focus on development and large-scale house building. I have expertise in:
- development agreements
- conditional contracts
- promotion agreements
- consortium/collaboration/landowner/equalisation agreements
- overage, easements and restrictive covenants
I have represented national house builders, landowners and clients in the retail, hotel and leisure sectors.
Previously, I was a property support lawyer providing training for colleagues and clients, drafting precedents and consulting on legislation. I was a member of the Association of Property Support Lawyers.
Acting for a national house builder in connection with a consortium led development in North Whiteley of 3,500 homes, with a bare land value of over £50m and a gross development value of approximately £1 billion.
Acting in connection with a series of disposals to affordable housing providers worth in excess of £100 million.
Advising a landowner in connection with their proposed disposal of a development site near Canterbury with planning for 4,000 homes and a disposal value of over £65 million.
Acting for a consortium of landowners on the grant of a option to a national house builder and the associated collaboration and equalisation agreement.
- 2:1 in Law, University of East Anglia
- Legal Practice Course, College of Law Chester
Barrie qualified as a solicitor in 1998
Memberships and Recognition
- Law Society of England & Wales