Harriet Murray Jones
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Harriet joined the firm in 2015 as Head of Energy and Renewables and a Commercial Property Partner having spent her career at Slaughter and May and then later at Eversheds and more recently Knights Professional Services Limited. Harriet now heads up the Commercial Property department in both the Hereford and the Wye Valley offices.
Harriet specialises in acting for developers, landowners and investors on all types of energy transactions and has worked across all renewable technologies:
- On and offshore wind
- Solar PV
- Anaerobic Digestion
- Energy Storage
Harriet has also acted on nuclear energy and site licensing requirements for conventional technologies. In particular as a property lawyer Harriet has extensive expertise in site assembly and enjoys nothing better than a query with a property/energy twist.
Harriet has also a wealth of experience in the more traditional areas of commercial real estate and has acted for landowners and investors on sale and acquisitions, mergers, portfolio deals and all aspects of Landlord and Tenant work. Harriet has recently acted on a high profile letting on London’s Bishopsgate.
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Harrison Clark Rickerbys’ ‘extremely switched-on practice’ is jointly led by Philip Parkinson and Matthew Hayes. The team acted for new client Funding Circle on a number of important matters, including advising on a lease for the company’s headquarters. The practice was boosted by the arrival of Harriet Murray Jones from Knights Professional Services Limited.
“Thanks for the info before and for getting in touch so quick, that was a surprise as normally the previous solicitors we were using, apart from Harriet of course, took so long to contact us, thus using you chaps seems to be a breath of fresh air all round.”
Blair Dunsmuir FSC Investments
We instructed HCR in relation to the acquisition of the business and assets of an anaerobic digestion plant technology provider on a pre-pack basis. HCR were able to offer a range of specialist services, with the restructuring, commercial property and energy and renewables teams working closely with each other in order to facilitate a seamless transition of the business within only 4 days which led to the preservation of a number of jobs and, despite the very tight time scale, ensuring all areas of risk were addressed and covered off.
We are always impressed by the responsiveness and commerciality of the teams at HCR and this transaction was no different.
Chris Campbell from Rcapital