Paul Jagger

Paul joined Glovers in 2009 and is a partner in the commercial property department.

Paul has a breadth of experience acting for both tenants and landlords in commercial property transactions.

With clients ranging from multisite restaurant operators, investors and office tenants Paul has amassed expertise dealing with the life cycle of property transactions. He prides himself on providing an approachable, efficient service with a focus on providing commercial solutions for clients.

Paul has particular expertise advising ‘start up’ businesses and has assisted many entrepreneurs develop their business from an initial concept through to fully rolled out brand. Paul’s expertise in alcohol licensing, heading up the licensing team at Glovers, allows him to add value to his leisure & hospitality clients.

Paul is also the main point of contact for legal issues relating to estate management for several large property portfolios. He works closely with asset managers dealing with a wide range of queries including lease interpretation, licences and neighbourly issues.

In addition to his leisure & hospitality work and estate management work, Paul deals with dozens of property acquisitions each year, ranging from investment portfolios, offices, high street retail and restaurant units and development land.

Examples of Paul’s experience include:
  • Acting for a London based restaurant brand in relation to the disposal of their restaurant portfolio to various buyers.
  • Advising on the acquisition of flagship Central London office premises and the subsequent short-term underletting of the expansion space.
  • Dealing with the acquisition of a multi-million-pound development site and its subsequent disposal to end users.
  • Acting for a London based theatre company dealing with the acquisition of their premises and associated licensing requirements.
  • Acting for tenants and landlords in negotiating and completing lease re-gears, lease renewals (both under the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 and by agreement) and reversionary leases.