Tim Rowe

The firm is very sorry to announce that Tim Rowe died yesterday morning.


The firm is very sorry to announce that Tim Rowe died yesterday morning.

Tim was an equity Partner in our Property team, who had joined us only this year but a few months after joining was taken unexpectedly ill. Prior to joining our firm, Tim had previously been a Partner at TLT and before that at Wright Hassall.

Tim was nationally known for his work in large scale development projects. He had been highly successful in developing a personal portfolio of commercial clients, many of whom are household names. He acted on a number of nationally recognised mixed used development projects and Tim had received endorsements over the last few years and was independently recognised as an expert in the field of Real Estate by Chambers UK's guide to the legal profession.

The thoughts of our Partners and the staff of Bevan Brittan are with Tim's family at this sad time.

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