John Crowley has extensive experience providing construction legal advice across a number of industry sectors, with a focus on real estate development, renewable energy, and infrastructure projects, in the United Kingdom and internationally. He acts in both transactional and contentious spheres for a wide range of clients including developers, funders, contractors, investors, and private individuals.
John's transactional experience includes regularly advising on procurement strategy, construction aspects of funding, lease and development agreements, and preparing and negotiating bespoke suites of construction documentation for high-profile and complex construction projects. John's recent experience includes advising an international developer on the acquisition, development, and financing of one of the largest private rental schemes in the United Kingdom.
John acts for a number of large property owners and developers including The British Land Company PLC, CBRE, Delancey, Greystar Real Estate Partners, LondonMetric PLC, and Meyer Bergman.
In addition to his noncontentious practice, John is experienced in the resolution of construction disputes across a variety of forums including mediation, adjudication, arbitration, and High Court proceedings.
John is a member of the Society of Construction Law (SCL) and a regular contributor to articles in the industry press.
- BPP Law School, London (Legal Professional Course with distinction 2008; Graduate Diploma in Law 2007); University of Cambridge, Magdalene College (M.A. (Cantab) in History 2006)
- Solicitor of the Senior Courts of England and Wales