Acuity Law Adds Three Real Estate Partners To Its Cardiff Team.

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Acuity Law Adds Three Real Estate Partners To Its Cardiff Team.

Acuity Law is delighted to announce the arrival of three Real Estate partners from law firm Ince & Co to its Cardiff office.

The arrival of Real Estate heavyweights Aled Griffiths, Simon Morgan and Rupert Thomas boosts Acuity’s already strong bench of market-leading real estate experts led by Senior Partner Gareth Baker.

Aled Griffiths has built deep experience in real estate investment, while Rupert Thomas and Simon Morgan have distinguished reputations as a commercial property specialists. Together they have over 90 years of experience in the real estate market.

They join a Real Estate team at Acuity that is highly regarded for its complex and notable real estate work, handling projects that have transformed urban skylines across the UK and enabled the creation of vital community amenities and spaces.

Announcing the growth of the real estate team, Gareth Baker commented “We are thrilled to welcome Aled, Rupert and Simon to our growing Cardiff Real Estate team. They each bring with them a wealth of experience and success within the South Wales and London markets, which complements the national coverage we offer.

“We have seen significant growth within our Real Estate offering this year with several key appointments across our firmwide property teams. This will stand us in good stead for 2024 as market conditions stabilise, and further enables us to strengthen our reputation as an entrepreneurial team of experts.”

Acuity Law is a fast-growing national law firm, that offers partners a choice between joining as an employed partner or as a consultant partner. The firm has over 150 lawyers supporting business clients throughout the UK.

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