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McKinnon Nelson was founded in 2011 and are a leading retail and leisure specialist. With offices in London and Birmingham, we provide nationwide advice to many of the leading landlords, UK institutions, property companies, established retailers and leisure operators.

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NEWS


  • International restaurant chain GDK expanding


    McKinnon Nelson are retained by the premium fast-food chain German Doner Kebab to acquire 30 additional restaurants in 2019.

  • Second Cup Coffee expanding


    Currently trading from 600+ branches worldwide, and 6 in the UK, Second Cup are continuing their expansion plans in 2019 targeting a further 10 new branches.

  • Jollibee Food Corporation continues expansion


    Following the huge success of their first UK restaurant in Earls Court, Jollibee are continuing their expansion plans in 2019 with further sites required.

  • US bike giant Trek expanding UK operation


    McKinnon Nelson have been retained to advise US company Trek, one the world’s largest bicycle manufacturers, on their major expansion plans for their high street network in 2019.

  • Pop-Up market booming


    McKinnon Nelson have completed in excess of 100 pop-up sites for various clients, in various locations all across the UK, in 2018.

  • Dentix continues expansion


    Currently trading from 2 clinics, Dentix – the world’s largest dental group, are continuing their expansion plans in 2019, with 6 new sites currently under offer, and a further 12 new clinics targeted in 2019.

  • The Money Shop Portfolio


    McKinnon Nelson advises The Money Shop on the disposal of 79 unwanted leasehold interests on high streets around the UK.

  • McKinnon Nelson acquire additional stores on behalf of Lambretta


    McKinnon Nelson acquire a further two pop-up stores on behalf of Lambretta in Hanley, Stoke on Trent and Trafford Centre, Manchester.

  • McKinnon Nelson retained by fast fashion retailer Super Trash


    Supertrash looking to expand their presence on the High Street and in Shopping Centres in the North West via Pop up stores, following the success of their Carnaby Street store.