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Hayley Payton| Senior Associate

hayley.payton@freeths.co.uk

0845 128 7986

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 Experience

  • Hayley acts for brewers, tenanted and managed pub companies, restaurant and hotel operators, delivering commercial advice on regulatory and business services issues on property focused transactions. She frequently advises tenants and operators in relation to a wide range of regulatory matters.

  • She has¬†advised administrators and receivers in the sale of freehold and leasehold properties as trading and non-trading sites, including a variety of insolvency, employment and occupational matters.

  • Hayley has also undertaken portfolio reviews of large leasehold estates including a variety of restaurant leases, tied pub leases, airport and leisure park concession agreements and occupational tenancies.

  • She has extensive experience of general Landlord and Tenant work including grant of leases, licences, additional outside space, rent deposits, surrenders, pre-emption offers and 1954 Act advisory work.

Recent deals & projects

  • Acting on a regular basis for a major multi-brand restaurant operator in relation to their site acquisitions and disposals in high profile locations (including where such acquisition and disposals are conditional on planning and licensing).

  • Advising a large national hotel operator on all matters relating to site acquisition.

  • Acting for a variety of corporate operators acquiring new trading pubs, bars, restaurants, cafes and hotels into their existing portfolios.

  • Acting for a major brewing company on the acquisition of new brewing premises conditional on B1/B2 and B8 planning to include overage payments.

  • Advising Tenants on a variety of statutory compliance matters including asbestos reports, fire reports, Health and Safety reports, fixed wire certificates and gas safe certificates.

  • Acting for a variety of corporate operators acquiring new trading pubs, bars, restaurants, cafes and hotels into their existing portfolios.

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