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CMS is one of the leaders of construction and procurement law. Our specialists do not only keep themselves and their clients continuously informed about the latest developments in the field of construction and procurement law, but also on developments in the real estate sector. This applies to civil engineering projects such as civil and utility construction and installations.

Both contractors (contractors, developers, consultants and architects) and commissioners (government, municipalities, provinces, etc) count on our construction and procurement law specialists for advice, drafting contracts and resolving construction and contract litigation.

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08/10/2018
CMS European Real Es­tate Deal Point Study 2018
The European in­vest­ment mar­ket once again had a very strong year. At EUR 234 bn, total in­vest­ment volume was only 3% be­low the re­cord level seen in 2015. This fig­ure also rep­res­ents an in­crease of 7% year-on-year.In ad­di­tion to the on­go­ing lack of al­tern­at­ive in­vest­ment op­por­tun­it­ies, along with fa­vour­able fin­an­cing con­di­tions, the pos­it­ive eco­nom­ic en­vir­on­ment in Europe was the primary reas­on be­hind the high de­mand for real es­tate in­vest­ment. Fall­ing un­em­ploy­ment fig­ures, buoy­ant con­sumer sen­ti­ment and rising GDP boos­ted con­fid­ence in 2017, par­tic­u­larly among in­ter­na­tion­al in­vestors, and drove up their in­vest­ment activ­ity. Des­pite the un­cer­tain out­come of the on­go­ing EU exit ne­go­ti­ations, the UK also re­mained at­tract­ive for in­vestors. Lim­ited sup­ply ac­ted as a con­straint, how­ever. The res­ult­ing fur­ther in­crease in real es­tate prices has led to his­tor­ic­ally low yields in some cases. Rather than caus­ing in­vestors to aban­don the real es­tate mar­ket, the fo­cus has switched to spe­cial­ist prop­er­ties which of­fer high­er yields than tra­di­tion­al of­fice and re­tail as­sets. In par­tic­u­lar, health­care fa­cil­it­ies, ho­tels and stu­dent apart­ments have all come to the fore. The ex­ist­ing ex­cess de­mand also triggered a sig­ni­fic­ant rise in the num­ber of trans­ac­tions in­volving de­vel­op­ment pro­jects.The con­sist­ently pos­it­ive trend has con­tin­ued in 2018. The latest fig­ures from the first half of the year sup­port the view that des­pite the trade dis­pute with the US and a pos­sible end to low in­terest rates, a down­turn in the European in­vest­ment mar­ket is un­likely this year. The con­fid­ence of in­vestors in real es­tate as an in­vest­ment re­mains in­tact.The new CMS European Real Es­tate Deal Point Study 2018 now in­cludes more than 1,300 trans­ac­tions. Com­pil­ing the study in­volved com­par­ing the trans­ac­tions on which we ad­vised in the peri­od 2010 to 2017, en­abling us to high­light de­vel­op­ments and trends.Down­load the ex­ec­ut­ive sum­mary or re­quest a copy of the full study be­low.360px360pxht­tps://form.jot­form.com/82764088995982 al­ways
Nov 2018
Con­nec­ted Fu­ture
560340ht­tps://me­dia.cmsleg­al.com/me­dia/em­bed?key=a8d8553d4185acef53d102b90db01f48&unique_key=8885df075a330c452b818560c155d609&width=720&height=405&auto­play=false&auto­light­soff=false&loop=false&clean1al­wayseznode://499625Kristy Duane - Con­nec­ted Fu­tureeznode://469975Tech­no­logy-driv­en trans­form­a­tions are not only dis­rupt­ing our every­day lives but are also rad­ic­ally trans­form­ing the in­fra­struc­ture sec­tor. On the one hand, in­nov­a­tion is driv­ing an up­grade of ex­ist­ing in­fra­struc­ture, such as di­git­al; on the oth­er hand, it is de­term­in­ing the emer­gence of new as­set classes like char­ging points for elec­tric vehicles.The start­ing point of our jour­ney will be di­git­al, which is provid­ing the back­bone for di­git­al­isa­tion of the eco­nomy. While 4G – the fourth gen­er­a­tion of mo­bile phone tech­no­logy – has already wit­nessed ro­bust deal flow, the ad­vent of 5G is set to lay the found­a­tions for a huge range of in­nov­a­tion.Mov­ing to en­ergy, stor­age tech­no­lo­gies, par­tic­u­larly bat­ter­ies, are provid­ing a wide range of flex­ible ser­vices re­quired in our in­creas­ingly de­cent­ral­ised, dis­trib­uted and in­ter­mit­tent elec­tri­city sys­tems.Mean­while in the trans­port sec­tor, long held as a corner­stone of in­fra­struc­ture in­vest­ment, the smart mo­bil­ity re­volu­tion gath­ers pace. The rise of elec­tri­fied, con­nec­ted and autonom­ous vehicles is likely to rep­res­ent the most sig­ni­fic­ant trans­form­a­tion of trans­port since the in­ven­tion of steam lo­co­mot­ives and in­tern­al com­bus­tion en­gines in the 19th cen­tury. In­vest­ment in cy­ber se­cur­ity is re­quired, as trans­port in­fra­struc­ture will be­come vul­ner­able to se­cur­ity at­tacks. As our re­port ex­am­ines in de­tail, not all coun­tries are re­cept­ive to tech­no­logy in­nov­a­tions to the same de­gree, thereby of­fer­ing few­er op­por­tun­it­ies. In Europe, the UK is firmly se­cur­ing its role as a glob­al hot­bed of in­fra­struc­ture in­nov­a­tion, thanks to its for­ward-look­ing reg­u­lat­ory frame­work. While in Asia, Singa­pore is already be­com­ing a test­ing ground for new tech­no­lo­gies, giv­en its thriv­ing start-up eco­sys­tem and its con­du­cive le­gis­la­tion.me­di­umme­di­umme­di­umme­di­umme­di­umme­di­um
April 2020
CMS Real Es­tate & Con­struc­tion Glob­al Bro­chure
As the fifth-largest glob­al law firm and the largest real es­tate team in Europe with more than 800 ded­ic­ated law­yers, CMS com­bines loc­al know­ledge with in­ter­na­tion­al strength and ex­per­i­ence. Our in­teg­rated teams of­fer you the best com­mer­cial guid­ance for highly com­plex, stra­tegic in­ward in­vest­ment trans­ac­tions in­to ma­jor European gate­way cit­ies and bey­ond. CMS is also well-es­tab­lished in Africa, China, South Amer­ica, the Middle East and Asia. We ad­vise on the full range of real es­tate ser­vices, in­clud­ing fin­an­cing, struc­tur­ing, as­set man­age­ment, tax, cor­por­ate-wrapped and dir­ect in­vest­ments. We provide the full range of de­vel­op­ment ad­vice with sup­port from our spe­cial­ist plan­ning, en­vir­on­ment and con­struc­tion teams.

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03 December 2019
Guide to Con­tract Al­li­an­cing in Con­struc­tion
Joint CMS and Ar­cadis pub­lic­a­tion cap­tures the key as­pects of this form of con­tract­ing and presents the cur­rent take-up of Al­li­an­cing around the world.
19/07/2019
Neth­er­lands: Con­struc­tion & En­gin­eer­ing Law 2019
24/05/2017
CMS The Neth­er­lands Real Es­tate & Con­struc­tion Cap­ab­il­ity State­ment
17/03/2014
Of­fice con­ver­sions - a work in pro­gress
10/10/2012
CMS as­sists Qbuzz with suc­cess­ful ap­plic­a­tion for trans­port con­ces­sion
18 October 2011
CMS as­sists Hita­chi in leas­ing its new dis­tri­bu­tion centre
05/10/2011
CMS pan-European study in­to “green” lease clauses: a con­ver­ging patch­work
08/03/2011
CMS as­sists RWE with con­tract­ing met­eor­o­lo­gic­al masts at see
CMS has as­sisted RWE In­nogy GmbH with the con­tract­ing of the con­struc­tion of met­eor­o­lo­gic­al masts at see.
26/10/2009
New mem­ber of Land­lord and Ten­ant Law team at CMS
24/06/2009
How Cleantech trans­forms your busi­ness
08/04/2009
CMS Derks Star Bus­mann ad­viseert gemeente Tilburg over Mall
28/11/2008
CMS DSB ad­vises Uni­Cred­it Bank Aus­tria