LLB (Hons) (Dip LP) (Strathclyde); Solicitor and Notary Public (Scotland) 2008
t: 07535 593 219
Add Nicola to your address book
Nicola’s broad range of experience in all aspects of real estate transactions encompasses acquisitions and disposals, corporate support, real estate finance, portfolio management (across a variety of sectors) and cross border transactions, alongside advising on property and financing of renewable energy projects for onshore, offshore and hydro schemes.
Nicola’s background in private practice and as in-house counsel has enhanced her commercial awareness of the property market and given her a key appreciation of her clients’ needs. A keen understanding of corporate governance and regulatory matters translates into her advice and tailored means of delivery to those she is working with.
Outside of Davidson Chalmers Stewart, Nicola is kept on her toes by her young family and enjoys spending lots of quality time with them on the west coast of Scotland.
Experience in the Following Sectors:
With recognised experts in commercial property, construction and planning we can deal with any development and investment.More information
We act for some of the leading national retail and leisure operators across the UK, as well as the smallest and youngest players in the sector. The long-standing relationships we build with our clients in this dynamic sector allow us to provide strategic and commercial advice of the highest quality.More information
Acting for both landlords and tenants we advise on all types of commercial or business and residential leases, including long leases and assured shorthold tenancy agreements, licences and other arrangements for the letting of property.More information
Davidson Chalmers Stewart LLP is one of the most trusted names in the provision of renewable energy legal advice in Scotland. And when you’re operating in a sector as competitive and rapidly evolving as renewable energy you need lawyers who can deliver swift transactions, innovative solutions and prompt resolutions to complex disputes.More information