Consultant Solicitor

Location(s): Peterborough

Phone: 01733 968374

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Henry qualified as a solicitor in 1998 and started work for Eversheds in Newcastle in healthcare development and secured lending for Enterprise Zone development. In 2000 Henry moved to Dickinson Dees where he advised on secured lending transactions for Northern Rock, and Investors. In 2002 Henry joined the Corporate department and worked in the Structured Finance Department in PFI and NHS LIFT where he worked for CO-Operative Bank in funding 4 NHS LIFT Schemes (with total banking commitments of over £800M , and several other PFI projects and private healthcare culminated with the sale of a significant Newcastle care home group for £100M. In 2006 Henry moved to be head of Property in a well-known Newcastle firm where he dealt with all property corporate and business matters. Henry opened Kingswalk Law in 2012, where he was able to grow the that platform and service his clients, but has now decided to join Taylor Rose to be able to enjoy access to the  wide team of specialist advice offered by Taylor Rose.    

In addition to all property matters Henry advises on Business sales and purchases (including Share Sales) shareholder agreements, and commercial litigation. Just before joining Taylor Rose Henry complete a share sale of a light industrial manufacturing company from the North-West in the fenestration sector to a Swedish company. In addition Henry has had two cases reported in the British and Irish Legal information institute (Balii), the first being a judicial review of a planning permission for a large waste incineration plant in North Yorkshire in which PFI credits were a significant factor and the second (in 2020) relating to the interaction between when a guarantee is effectively executed, and estoppel by convention. 


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