Ian Pringle

Managing Partner

Ian has extensive experience in residential property and commercial property and provides a full service for individuals, developers and property investors.  Ian specialises in development work in and around Central London and also assists his private clients in respect of matrimonial matters inclusive of prenuptial agreements and divorce proceedings and the complete spectrum of private client matters.

Work highlights:

  • – Acting for an offshore trust in respect of a £40 million pound real estate finance matter
  • – Acting for a large developer client in respect of the acquisition of a prominent Central London Development site and management of the onward sales
  • – Acting for a prominent developer on the acquisition of a commercial development site dealing with strategic planning issues and onward residential development and sale of 200 flats
  • – Purchase of 7 prime London residential flats for £27 million
  • – Acting for ultra high net worth individual in respect of complex prenuptial agreement


Position and Qualifications:

  • – Partner – joined in 1987
  • – LLB City of London Polytechnic 1986/LPC 1987
  • – Qualified as a solicitor in 1989


Languages Spoken:

  • – Italian (basic proficiency)
  • – English

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