June 13, 2024

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Acuity law crowned property law firm of the year

Leading commercial law firm Acuity Law is celebrating after being crowned Property Law Firm of the Year at Insider’s Wales Property Awards.

The awards aim to ‘recognise the outstanding achievements, talent and hard work of those operating in the property industry, with firms and individuals who have excelled over the past year all being recognised.’

The top law firm, which has offices in Cardiff, Swansea, London and most recently Bristol, was recognised for its work on the sale of three development sites in Cardiff’s Dumballs Road; the development of a leisure site in the Afan Valley; and the launch of a private rented sector housing business. Acuity has advised on close to £1 billion worth of property transactions in Wales over the past year.

 

On the firm’s win, Gareth Baker, Commercial Real Estate Partner at Acuity Law, said:

“We are absolutely delighted to take home the award for Property Law Firm of the Year and it’s complete testament to the hard work and dedication of our exceptionally talented property team.

 

Steve Morris, Commercial Real Estate Partner at Acuity Law, added:

“We’ve worked on some really exciting developments over the past year and are proud of our ongoing role in advising on the transformation of key sites across Wales. We place a huge focus on building lasting relationships with our clients and I have no doubt that we will be involved in more ground-breaking projects through the rest of 2022 and beyond.”

 

Established in 1999, the Acuity team has grown to more than 100 exceptional and instinctively commercial lawyers working throughout the UK, including 25 consultants shaping the business’ growing consultant community.

It is this record number of consultancy hires across the region and Acuity’s ambition to increase growth by a further 50% in 2022, that prompted the firm’s Bristol launch.

For further information on Acuity Law’s full-service offering, see www.acuitylaw.com