Sarah Blunn has an excellent understanding of the commercial drivers behind property transactions. She heads up RPC's Corporate Real Estate practice.
Sarah is a real estate lawyer with a wide range of experience acting for both landlords and tenants, as well as investors and developers.
A number of her clients are commercial organisations which need to hold many different types of property in order to perform their core business activities. Sarah handles all aspects of commercial property transactions including sales and purchases, leases for both landlord and tenant clients, property management and the real estate aspects of corporate transactions.
Sarah has particular expertise dealing with significant HQ and regional office moves for corporate occupier clients, having dealt with several lettings for tenants in excess of 100,000 sq ft. She also has considerable experience advising retailers, hoteliers, education providers and charities.
"personable and pragmatic", - Legal 500 UK 2017
"Recommended" - Legal 500 UK 2016
"Sarah Blunn is commended for her ‘negotiation and commercial skills’" - Legal 500 UK 2015
British Council of Shopping Centres
Movers & Shakers
Women in Property
City Women Network
Major HQ relocations for clients including the Hachette publishing group, Lastminute.com, Veolia Water, Egon Zehnder and Cancer Research UK to iconic and award-winning developments such as The Leadenhall Building (the Cheesegrater), The Angel Building, Carmelite and Nova South (Victoria).
Acting for The Francis Crick Institute on the £multi-million acquisition of land in St Pancras for the development of a world-leading medical research centre.
Leading the team acting for Imperial College London on their estates and development work.
Acting for numerous retailers including L.K. Bennett, Primark, HMV, Waterstone's and Cancer Research UK.
Acting for Travelodge Hotels and the Accor Group on the acquisition and development of numerous new hotels (ranging from 40-300 bedrooms), extensions to existing hotels and the acquisition of going concerns.