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WBD advises RO Group on £2.55m Solstice Park unit sale

The WBD team acting for the RO was led by partner Andrew Harding and associate Jo Gannon, who provided key real estate and commercial property advice

Womble Bond Dickinson (WBD) has revealed that it recently advised The RO Group on the sale of its Amesbury Pizza Hut and KFC units at Solstice Park, Wiltshire, to London Investment Holdings Ltd, for a total consideration of £2.55m.

The WBD team acting for the RO was led by partner Andrew Harding and associate Jo Gannon, who provided key real estate and commercial property advice.

Harding said: “It has been a pleasure working once again with the team at the RO Group and supporting the business with its property portfolio and through its impressive growth journey.

“Thanks to our strong real estate expertise and deep understanding of the client and local markets, we were pleased to secure smooth completions for all parties on all of the transactions we advised on.”

David Kershaw, group real estate director at the RO, added: “We very much appreciate WBD’s commercially focused advice and ongoing commitment to the success of our businesses.

“Andrew and the whole team are highly trusted advisers and we value their talent and dedication in working with us.”

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