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Aemelia Allen

Counsel

London

Allen Aemelia
Aemelia Allen

Counsel

London

Aemelia advises on a broad range of commercial real estate transactions and property law issues as well as tracking global real estate market practice. Aemelia is actively involved in various industry working groups and is particularly interested in sustainability and green leasing. She is responsible for the development and management of internal and client facing knowledge resources and training programmes. She writes regularly for client publications and contributes to UK consultations on law reform.

Prior to taking on a knowledge role, Aemelia worked as a senior associate in the Real Estate team. Her practice encompassed investment acquisitions and disposals (whether structured as direct asset sales and purchases or the selling and buying of property holding companies); major landlord and tenant work; advising clients on the negotiation of real estate joint ventures; cross border investment; property finance and securitisation.

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Publications: 03 November 2022

European regulation provides a model for Net Zero real estate

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Publications: 01 November 2022

Investing in Operational Real Estate: Data Centres

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Publications: 01 August 2022

The Register of Overseas Entities – what the real estate industry needs to know.

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Publications: 30 March 2022

Rent arbitration and the UK restructuring toolkit

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Expertise

Practices

Real Estate

Sectors

Real Estate

Office

London

One Bishops Square
London
E1 6AD

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Qualifications

Professional

Admitted as solicitor, England and Wales, 2005

Academic

BA (Hons), Geography, Christ Church, Oxford University, 2000

PgDL, The College of Law, Guildford, 2001

LPC, The Oxford Institute of Legal Practice, 2002

Pro bono 

  • Advising a homelessness charity on a number of matters including drafting a precedent short form tenancy agreement for its Christmas shelters.