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Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP

Jamie Grant

Jamie Grant



  • Planning and Environment
  • Real Estate

WSG Practice Industries



Jamie is a highly regarded real estate lawyer and leads the firm's hotel and leisure group. He has decades of experience and in-depth expertise in property honed from advising clients in the hotels and leisure; ports and harbours and infrastructure sectors. Jamie also specialises in environmental law (in particular in contaminated land) and also advises clients within energy and renewables.

Projects include the development of a large portfolio of hotels across the UK, advising on the purchases of trading hotel businesses, onshore wind and hydro schemes, biomass and anaerobic digestion schemes, a tidal scheme and advising a landfill operator in the largest mineral ownership dispute to come before the Scottish courts in recent decades.  

A combination of legal expertise and a passion for the water (a keen sailor) means Jamie is sought out by clients with interests in harbour and port related matters where he has more than just legal experience. 
Jamie is a regular author of legal briefings and updates, and has contributed to and commented on consultations on The Scotland Act 2012, Energy Act 2013, electricity market reform and property rates relief reform.

Admitted in Scotland

Areas of Practice

Planning and Environment | Real Estate


The Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) Report on UK Immigration Reform: What Businesses Need to be Aware of
Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP, September 2018

The Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) has today published its report1 on immigration reform. As the MAC itself acknowledges, there will be “winners” and “losers” in any policy for immigration reform.On an initial reading of the report, it would appear the reforms proposed, while impacting all sectors, would be most challenging for those sectors employing a low-skilled workforce...

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