Colleen Gostick is an English Solicitor, has worked collaboratively with CastaldiPartners for many years, and was appointed as a Consultant to the firm in 2016. A multiple award-winning lawyer, she divides her time in the UK between London, Nottingham and Peterborough, and was admitted to the Irish Roll of Solicitors in 2017. Colleen Gostick is a Partner with, and the Chairman of, Buckles Solicitors LLP, an English law firm that operates in association with CastaldiPartners.
Colleen Gostick qualified as an English Solicitor in 1985, specialising in commercial real estate since that time.
She was appointed the Chairman of Buckles Solicitors in April 2018 following seventeen years of multiple award-winning service in the role of Managing Partner.
Under her leadership, strategic clarity and extensive investment in expansion, infrastructure, staff engagement and quality management standards saw the firm transformed, picking up many awards and accreditations along the way and becoming recognised as one of the top 500 law firms in the UK, with an increasingly international presence.
As Chairman of Buckles, Colleen Gostick is an Ambassador, developing and nurturing relationships with internal and external stakeholders across all of the firm’s geographical locations across the UK and Europe.
A highly regarded commercial real estate lawyer with extensive experience of all aspects of commercial real estate work, acting for Clients with property portfolios across the UK and Europe.
Colleen Gostick works in English.
- Acting for property development group in connection with sales, purchases, leases and leasehold issues across its national commercial property portfolio.
- Acting for a turnover company in connection with its grant of third party security to secure Group company liabilities.
- Acting for the Grantee of an Option to Purchase 143 acres of development land conditional on planning permission.
- Acting in the sale of two newly constructed restaurants and a health and fitness centre, subject to leases, with collateral warranties.
- Acting for the Tenant in the simultaneous acquisition of a headlease and granting a sublease of newly constructed manufacturing premises with attendant planning and collateral warranty issues.
- Acting for a Local Authority in the sale of former school buildings across multiple sites, conditional on planning permission.
- Acting for the freehold owner on a sale subject to multiple short term lets, granting a prior intervening headlease, with headlease rents including obligations in defined phases linked to value.
- Acting for a commercial Landlord on the Lease of a warehousing development in course of construction.
- Acting for a Bank on securitisation documents, including Legal Charges over multiple leasehold titles, Debentures and Personal Guarantees.
- Acting for the Head Tenant in the grant of a sublease, and the simultaneous assignment of a headlease involving complex dilapidations liabilities and ultimately negotiation for the surrender of the headlease at a premium.
- Ashridge Business School.
- Chester Law School.
- Leicester University.