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Angus MacRae

Partner

CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP
Saltire Court
20 Castle Terrace
Edinburgh
EH1 2EN
United Kingdom
Languages English

Angus MacRae is a partner in the Real Estate team. He is dual qualified in English and Scottish Law. He is an experienced and trusted business adviser in all aspects of UK real estate law and practice.

Angus is described by clients as “commercially driven” with a “capacity to add value”.  He specialises in commercial real estate investment and development, and acts for pension funds, UK property companies, funders and corporate occupiers.

He has particular experience in the student accommodation sector where he has built considerable experience over a number of years working with market leaders in the field. He also has recent experience of PRS (Private Rented Sector) and hotel deals.

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Relevant experience

  • Wellcome Trust in relation to a JV with Goldman Sachs creating a combined entity with approx. 24,000 student beds in the UK.
  • Balmoral International Land Limited on its £100m refinancing with Allied Irish Bank.
  • GE UK Pension Common Investment Fund on the sale of Scottish retail assets.
  • South East Edinburgh Development Co Ltd in relation to a Joint Venture with Taylor Wimpey relative to strategic residential development land in south east Edinburgh.
  • Cannock Developments in relation to the acquisition of the world famous Marine Hotel in Troon, adjacent to the 18th fairway of Royal Troon GC (the venue for the 2016 Open Championship).
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Education

  • Writer to Her Majesty’s Signet and Notary Public
  • 1984 - LLB Dip LP Aberdeen University, Aberdeen
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Memberships

  • Member, Investment Property Forum
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13 August 2018
Dream­ing of elec­tric cars
Changes in the types of cars con­sumers are buy­ing and their mar­ket­ing are likely to have re­per­cus­sions for Scot­land’s com­mer­cial prop­erty mar­ket and land use and plan­ning. Fig­ures re­leased earli­er...