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Nathan East

Partner, Weightmans LLP

The focus of Nathan’s practice is in the public sector, specialising in acting for emergency service and healthcare clients. He acts for a full range of organisations across these sectors, including Fire and Rescue Services, Ambulance Trusts, Police & Crime Commissioners, NHS bodies, Foundation Trusts, real estate funders and developers. Nathan has substantial experience in advising clients on significant transformation and policy initiatives and current work involves emergency service collaboration, health and social care integration, public sector joint ventures and real estate projects.

His has advised emergency service clients on joint ventures and capital projects including new station developments and co-location strategies. Nathan’s recent work has included advising on the establishment of an LLP for an FRS and PCC for the delivery of a new headquarters and training centre in the East Midlands.. He has also assisted his public sector clients in generating income from their property portfolio advising an NHS Foundation Trust on a joint venture with a private sector property company. He is advising a number of Local Authorities participating in the NHS vanguards projects on implementation of structures and governance issues.

Nathan is a regular contributor to the emergency services, healthcare and national press on commercial and real estate issues and was part of a Sky News special report on NHS property.