Holly is a shining example of what makes PDT different. Proactive, engaging and bright, she has a thirst for learning and a drive for improvement meaning she goes that extra step which makes a big difference to a client.
Holly acts in the sale and purchase of businesses in the healthcare sector and assists in matters acting for housebuilders, landowners and housing associations on site acquisitions and disposals. Holly also works in the secured lending sector and acts for landlords and tenants in respect of existing and new leases of commercial properties.
A self-confessed lover of the ‘to do list’ and her daily planner (which she couldn’t live without!) Holly is organised inside and outside of work, being a member of the committee of Sussex Law Society and currently involved in running a county-wide initiative for women in law.
Holly also runs a networking and marketing forum internally for female fee earners and the PDT Future Leaders group.
Outside of work Holly is a keen reader and is currently writing a novel. She attends weekly jazz dance classes and over the winter months volunteers at a local night shelter for homeless people.
Key Work Highlights
- Working on the acquisition of a development site involving two transfers of part, an inter-company sub-sale, an inter-company loan and funding from three separate funders, linked to the sale of a second development site with a sale price of £6m.
- Assisting with a retirement sale of the shares in a company which owned three retail pharmacies for a sale price of in excess of £2.5m, with an additional £2m of cash in the business.
- Assisting with the finance of part of a large development and regeneration in London, where our client provided funding in the sum of £2.5m. Holly’s work included dealing with the property due diligence and negotiation of security documents.
- Dealing with the finance of a new development for community use in Leicester in the sum of £2.3m.
- Assisting with the refinance of a well-established and long-standing local business in the sum of nearly £6m, including the release of historic assigned security and all property matters.