Parker-Fuller has wide experience on major residential projects. Credit: DACB

Newcastle partner incoming for DAC Beachcroft

George Parker-Fuller has joined the firm from Gateley, where he led the Northern residential development practice.

Also joining DACB from Gateley is Andrew Johnson, who will work in the Leeds office as a commercial litigation partner.

Parker-Fuller is described as having a leading reputation in the fields of residential development, urban regeneration and urban extensions, an expertise that brought him a seat on the Gateley board.

He brings significant experience in acting for housebuilders on large scale residential developments, regeneration schemes and residential-led mixed use schemes.

DACB’s head of real estate, Alison Key, said, “These appointments are important and strategic hires. George and Andrew bring a wealth of knowledge and expertise that will truly bolster the full-service capabilities we provide to our residential and housebuilder clients.”

Suzanne Wharton, partner who leads DACB’s Professional & Commercial Risk North team, added, “Our growth strategy is focused on supporting the evolving needs of our clients through a comprehensive service, underpinned by unparalleled and genuine expertise.

“Together Andrew and George will be a formidable team, adding both strength and depth to our commercial disputes and our real estate offering.”

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