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Aman Hart

Senior Associate

T: 01225 459 987 (DDI)
T: 01225 730 100
E: aman.hart@roydswithyking.com

Aman Hart is a senior associate in the real estate team specialising in acquisitions, disposals and all aspects of development.



About Aman

Aman’s experience includes:

  • acting on NHS PFI/LIFT schemes to develop new health centres across the UK
  • acting for lending institutions in their project finance of LIFT schemes
  • advising on property aspects of procurement for public sector clients including running legal aspects of procurement dialogue
  • acting on the production of standardised national lease documentation for the NHS
  • acquisition and development of new GP premises for private developers
  • purchase of affordable housing units on residential schemes for registered providers
  • dealing with large scale refinancing of affordable housing portfolio for registered providers
  • acting for developers and landowners in relation to the grant of option agreements and conditional contracts on potential development sites.

 

Legal drafting can be complex and full of jargon. But I think at the heart of any property deal you have two parties that want to collaborate with each other to achieve a commercial outcome which suits both. I strive to take a more practical approach. I enjoy breaking down the law into simple language, understanding my client’s drivers and facilitating the journey to reach my client’s goal. And all of this in a time and cost effective manner!

Aman Hart

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