Three firms in Birmingham development deal
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Three firms in Birmingham development deal

Herbert Smith, Nicholson Graham & Jones and Nabarro Nathanson are advising the Birmingham Alliance on the redevelopment of Birmingham in the UK. The Birmingham Alliance is the title given to three limited partnerships who will invest £800 million (1.3 billion) redeveloping the Bullring and other buildings in the city. The companies involved; Hammerson PlC, Henderson Investors, and Land Securities, aim to pool their existing investments and coordinate redevelopment of the area.

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