Real estate specialist joins Sintons

The real estate team at Sintons has added further to its expertise with the appointment of a new specialist.

Stephen Bennett moves to Sintons to bring new capability to its esteemed real estate department, which attracts instructions from across the UK and has a client base comprising some of the biggest property owners in the country.

He specialises in commercial landlord and tenant work, acquisition and disposal of freehold and leasehold property, and also acts for property investors.

The appointment of Stephen comes at a time of progress for Sintons’ real estate team – whose capability was again shown through its win of the Property Deal of the Year Award at the North East Property Awards 2021 – with its expertise across a range of property-related matters being sought throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.

“Sintons has a very strong reputation for its real estate work and its client portfolio really sets it apart from competitors and is an endorsement in itself of the quality and capability that exists within the team,” says Stephen.

“I am delighted to join and look forward to playing my role in building the department even further.”

Mark Dobbin, head of real estate at Sintons, says: “Our expertise has been in continual demand over the past two years on a wide range of matters arising from the opportunities and challenges of the pandemic, and we are keen to bring in new talent to support our work wherever possible.

“Stephen is a very capable young solicitor who we are very pleased to add to our team. We are known across the North of England and beyond for the significant expertise we have in the team, and are regularly involved in transactions of the highest levels of complexity and value, so adding to our team can only increase our capacity to be the choice for clients nationally in such matters even further.”

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