Shepherd And Wedderburn

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Fraser Mitchell has re-joined Shepherd and Wedderburn as a partner in the planning team, bringing to the firm and its clients almost two decades’ planning expertise, with a particular focus on the housebuilding, commercial property and clean energy sectors. Mr Mitchell, who trained at Shepherd

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The recent Scottish government consultation in respect of its new Land Reform Bill included proposals in relation to a new form of agricultural tenancy that would allow the tenant considerable freedom to use the land within the tenancy for environmental purposes including planting trees and carbon s

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Peter Smith has joined Shepherd and Wedderburn as a commercial property partner, heading the firm’s real estate team in the Aberdeen office and bringing 19 years’ expertise advising clients in the real estate sector. Mr Smith, who will lead the development of the firm’s real estate

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Shepherd and Wedderburn’s private wealth and tax team has been named Out-of-London Practice of the Year at the Chambers High Net Worth Awards 2022. Judges described Shepherd and Wedderburn as "one of the best Scottish independents" and noted that the firm’s private wealth and tax team in

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Lawyers from Shepherd and Wedderburn’s property and infrastructure team advised Fiera Real Estate, a multinational investment management company with assets of £750 million under direct management, on the legal aspects of the purchase of Pinnacle, 6 Brittain Way, Eurocentral. The 67,750

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Running a business can be an extremely rewarding experience, but it is not without its challenges. While pandemic-related restrictions have eased, rising energy costs and inflationary pressures continue to cause concern for UK businesses. Further, as we enter Mental Health Awareness Week, the person

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This year marks the 50th anniversary of the very first Pride March in the UK. As LGBT+ History Month draws to a close, it is important that we acknowledge the progress made since that first march in 1972, when approximately 2,000 people joined forces to demand change, and continue to look to achievi

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Ian Bowie has joined Shepherd and Wedderburn as a partner, bringing to the firm and its clients more than 25 years’ expertise advising on real estate projects, with a particular focus on energy and natural resources. Renowned for his technical skills and client focus, Mr Bowie supports clients

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LGBT+ History Month gives us time to reflect on the experiences of LGBT+ people and key moments that have affected and united the LGBT+ community. This year’s theme is Politics in Art and, each week, members of the Shepherd and Wedderburn LGBTA+ Focus Group are showcasing influential pieces of

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“They thought I was a surrealist, but I wasn’t. I never painted dreams. I painted my own reality.” Frida Kahlo, 1953. In the second week of LGBT+ History Month, Shepherd and Wedderburn continues its exploration of politics in art. Lucy Campbell looks at the life and work of Fr

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The start of February marks the beginning of LGBT+ History Month, and this year’s theme is ‘Politics in Art: The Arc is Long’. To celebrate, members of Shepherd and Wedderburn’s LGBTA+ Focus Group will highlight one piece of iconic LGBTQ+ artwork each week, whether television

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Shepherd and Wedderburn is to relocate its headquarters to M&G’s Haymarket Edinburgh development. The firm, which currently has an office at Exchange Crescent, Conference Square, will occupy 29,461 sq ft on the top two floors of 1 Haymarket Square. It will move into the new Grade A office

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