Acuity Law wins prestigious award for third successive year

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Acuity Law wins prestigious award for third successive year

Key Contacts: Gareth Baker, Steve Morris

Leading commercial law firm Acuity Law has won the award for property law firm of the year for an unprecedented three years in succession at Insider’s Wales Property Awards.

Having scooped the accolade in 2017 and 2016, the Cardiff, Swansea and London based firm was recognised for the big impact it has made on the property industry in Wales again this year.

The prestigious event celebrates key movers in the property and construction sectors in Wales. The firm was praised by judges for its innovation and work on big deals.

Partner Jonathan Geen and head of real estate at Acuity Law said: “These are exciting times in Welsh property and construction. This year we’ve been involved in major capital projects and funding strategies for regeneration, infrastructure and housing, with some landmark deals signed, developments completed and more flagship schemes in the pipeline.”

“This award cements our national reputation for the strength and depth of our expertise, and reflects the hard work and commitment of everyone in our real estate and construction teams. We’re thrilled with the recognition for our role in pioneering projects designed to safeguard the future prosperity of our communities.”

At this year’s awards ceremony, held at Cardiff City Hall and compered by television presenter Mark Durden-Smith, Wales Business Insider editor Douglas Friedli said he hopes 2018 will be the year that “Cardiff’s success goes viral, sparking enterprise, regeneration and development across the country”.

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