Corporate Consulting Case Studies

The Royal Institution of Great Britain

The Trustees of The Royal Institution of Great Britain, founded in 1799, instructed Cyril Leonard to advise on options for generating either revenue or capital receipts through leasing on the sale of all or part of its £60 million 45,000 sq.ft Grade I Listed Heritage property. 

This instruction required input from the firm's leasing, investment, construction and asset management teams and involved extensive presentations to the Trustees and working committee to consider the planning, Charity Commission and sales processes. The project was high profile and of national importance due not least to the impact of the Royal Charter status of the Institution.

A consequence of the process was that significant donations were raised by the Trustees which allowed the Institution to retain its world famous headquarters.

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