Rosie Shields | London | Hogan Lovells

Rosie Shields

Associate Corporate & Finance


Rosie Shields
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Since joining our planning practice, Rosie has quickly gained experience across the sector, working with a variety of clients including global asset managers, local authorities and major developers, particularly on projects around central London.

Rosie advises on a broad range of planning related matters including planning obligations, infrastructure agreements, heritage issues and complicated highways agreements. When carrying out due diligence, she is adept at identifying the key risks for clients, whilst ensuring pragmatism.

Paying close attention to ongoing planning reforms, Rosie is able to help clients navigate this ever changing landscape. In particular, she has helped a number of clients enhance the value of their properties by making the most of permitted development rights, steering them through the prior approval process. Rosie also has a particular interst in ESG concerns and is an active member of the team's ESG committee. 

Rosie’s pro bono practice includes providing advice to the Felix Project and carrying out due diligence for Body & Soul.

Whilst training with the firm, Rosie was seconded to BNP Paribas, learning firsthand how businesses operate.

Representative experience

Advising Argent Related on their mixed use joint venture with the London Borough of Barnet to redevelop the area around Brent Cross.


Assisting Coal Pension Properties Limited and Berkeley Homes (East Thames) Limited on a number of complicated highways agreements relating to new developments.

Reviewing and advising real estate finance clients on various projects including build to rent developments, hotels, offices and retail units.

Assisting Berkeley Homes with strategic considerations relating to securing planning permission on one of their London sites.

Negotiating highways agreements for KCCLP at their King’s Cross redevelopment.

Working on multiple section 106 agreements for clients including Shaftesbury and M&G.

Advising Infratil on the planning aspects of its £130m investment in a 40% stake in the Kao data centre in Harlow.


  • LPC, BPP University, 2018
  • GDL, BPP University, 2016
  • B.A. Politics, Philosophy and Economics, University of York, 2015
Bar admissions and qualifications
  • Solicitor, England and Wales