Experienced Associate with a wide range of experience in both commercial real estate and residential property transactions.

Caroline has a wide range of experience in both commercial real estate and residential property transactions.

Her work has included sale and purchase of freehold and leasehold properties and investment property work (acting for landlords, tenants and investors).

She also has experience of secured lending work for banks and finance companies, as well as extensive commercial landlord and tenant work, acting for both landlords of individual buildings and estates as well as for occupational tenants.

Work highlights

Complex estate portfolio

Advising a landed estate on many aspects of its portfolio including a complex first registration of land, advice regarding agricultural land and various residential tenancies.


Commercial Purchase

Compulsory purchase of land designated for M25 widening.

Equity release on property porfolio

Managed and ran a large number of equity release cases on a significant property portfolio for a major Fortune 50 international conglomerate.

Commercial Property acquisitions and disposals

Acted for pension trusts and their members on SIPP properties in connection with commercial property acquisitions and disposals

Residential schemes for large UK homebuilders

Acted in various residential schemes for large UK homebuilders including site set-up, conveying new freehold and leasehold dwellings, infrastructure agreements and other ancillary transactions.

Recent articles


Dilapidations in Commercial Leases

Ben Price and Emily Wood discuss how it is best to see dilapidations liability starting with the negotiation of the commercial lease and thereby minimise the risk of later disputes.


Media spotlight

Impending passing of the Renters (Reform) Bill spells trouble for tenants and landlords

Ian Narbeth shares his insights with Property118 on the potential impact of the Renters (Reform) Bill  for tenants and landlords

Ian Narbeth



Property and Planning breakfast seminar, Brighton, June 2024

Network with colleagues in the field over bacon rolls before hearing the latest news from our team.



Our commercial tenant wants to be in the property before a lease is agreed – what should we do?

Our advice is clear – use the tenant’s keenness as the reason to agree the lease more quickly, and do not let your tenant into occupation on a handshake and promise to agree the lease next week.