Tees Law advises ZeroC on development at Strathmore House

Tees Law has acted for ZeroC Holdings Limited in its development of the prestigious Strathmore House site at Poundbury.

This one-of-a-kind development consists of eight luxury apartments offering the best of contemporary living, valued from £550,000 - £750,000.

Poundbury is an urban extension to the county town of Dorchester. It is a unique and exciting development, built according to architectural principles advocated by HRH The Prince of Wales. Construction at Poundbury commenced in October 1993, with development split into four distinct phases. Once completed in 2025, the town will be home to 5,000 people.

Bilyana Munic, commercial property Associate, led the team at Tees Law, assisted by Rebecca West. For thirteen years, Bilyana has provided legal advice and representation to ZeroC, a firm recognised as a pioneer of sustainable development. She negotiated the development agreement in relation to this significant development at Strathmore House.

“At Poundbury, sustainability is embedded at every level of development,” says Bilyana, who has provided legal advice on all of ZeroC’s developments at Poundbury. “My work with ZeroC was instrumental in my decision to take an LLM in Environmental Law and Practice and in particular to produce my dissertation on the role of sustainability in UK planning and property development.”

The plot sales team at Tees Law provides a first class service to ZeroC in the sale of plots, at both Poundbury and other developments undertaken by ZeroC.

Kim Slowe, Business Development Manager at Zero C Holdings Ltd said: “ZeroC continues to instruct Bilyana and the team on a wide range of property and development issues because they are specialists in their field and provide professional, personal legal services which I have complete confidence in calling upon.”

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