In addition to being a Partner in the Commerical Property Group, Garry is also Finance Partner in charge of financial aspects of the firm alongside the Finance Director.
Garry has been in practice since 1992 and at Trethowans since 2000.
Garry Treagust is a hugely experienced and well-regarded commercial property lawyer. Garry is the lead partner for a number of the Team’s national clients including Ladbrokes, Jewson/Saint Gobain, the Stannah Group, Bacardi-Martini Limited, Tate & Lyle and Legal & General.
Garry is a market leader nationally in pension-related property work. This includes SSAS and SIPP transactions, including the transfer of substantial property portfolios on behalf of pension schemes. In the last year, Garry has been responsible for the success of projects involving over 1100 properties.
Chambers (2018) list Garry as a Notable Practitioner who maintains a strong practice advising pension trustees on their property matters. Clients say he is "consistently very good."
The Legal 500 (2017) also recommend Garry and the team for their ‘excellent’ commercial property group where Gary leads the real estate department and acts for large corporate tenants as well as pension fund clients.
Particular examples of work done in the last 12 months include the implementation of a first registration project for British Gypsum, the set up of property procedures for new pension trustee Sippchoice and various examples of pension property portfolios.
Garry also sits on the Firm’s Management Board.
Examples of how Garry has helped clients include:
- Structured the reassignment of a portfolio of over 1000 properties for a pension scheme trustee.
- Involved in the restructuring of significant property transactions to mitigate SDLT.
Away from the office ...
A keen sportsman (at least when he was younger!). Keen to follow all sports. In particular a long suffering Portsmouth FC Season Ticket holder.
Also a great traveller when a young child permits.
- Pension Property Investments
- Property Portfolio work for multinationals and Plcs