BLP secures another three-year appointment as Tesco's lead property adviser

Retailer hands new three-year appointment to BLP for real estate work


Berwin Leighton Paisner (BLP) has secured another three-year appointment as Tesco’s lead property adviser.

The appointment comes three years after the retailer opted to drop Ashurst as its main real estate adviser in 2014, in favour of BLP. At the time, Tesco cited BLP’s then newly opened Manchester base as a factor in its decision.

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