Catrin Mackie (Capital Law)

Catrin Mackie

Senior Associate
Real Estate

Catrin is a Senior Associate in our Commercial Property team. She works with a range of clients, including high net-worth individuals, companies, and banks.

Catrin works for a range of clients, including educational institutions, developers, and multiple-occupiers.

She deals with complex option agreements and conditional contracts, and has acted in leasehold transactions from both a landlord and tenant perspective.

Catrin has written articles on the intricacies of leases and regularly works with clients to make sure they’re clear on this. She has also previously delivered training on the minimum energy efficiency standards and compliance with the Charities Act when disposing of and acquiring land.

I wanted to say how impressed I have been with Catrin and her approach with the sublease project. She’s been a delight to speak & communicate with and a great ambassador for Capital Law.

Darren Clare, CEO, Create Health

  • Acting for a bilingual nursery in London in taking a leases of Ironmonger’s Hall, London. This involved two leases (one of the ground floor and one of the third floor), two rent deposit deeds and two licences for alterations.
  • Advising a leading Midlands based property development company with purchases of land across England for the purpose of residential developments. This included drafting option agreements and conditional contracts (incorporating complex provisions for satisfactory surveys and archaeological investigations prior to completion of the purchases).  This also included acting in some of the plot sales to the residential purchasers once the developments were complete.
  • Assisting a Welsh further education college in relation to the development of a new STEAM academy. This included reviewing title documents, ordering and reviewing search results and drafting a report on title. This project recently won the “Inspiring Learning Spaces” award at the Education Building Wales Awards.
  • Advising a Welsh university on the surrender of a lease, ensuring various consents were obtained in accordance with the university’s governance and statute in relation to higher education institutions.
  • Acting for a marketing company granting a sublease to the current occupier.
  • Assisting with a client’s purchase of long leasehold interests as part of a wider transaction with a view to developing a large site. Assisting from the serving of an option notice to purchase the site, which involved a legal charge, licence to assign and a sider letter dealing with the VAT position, to the conclusion of the matter.
  • Education
  • Development
  • Multiple Occupiers (commercial landlord and tenant)
  • Land acquisition and disposal


  • Senior Associate, Capital Law Limited (May 2023 – present)
  • Associate, Capital Law Limited (Nov 2019 – Apr 2023)
  • Solicitor, Capital Law Limited (Mar 2018 – Nov 2019)
  • Solicitor, Berry Smith LLP (Apr 2017 – Mar 2018)
  • Trainee Solicitor, Berry Smith LLP (Apr 2015 – Apr 2017)
  • Paralegal, Berry Smith LLP (Dec 2014 – Mar 2015)
  • Paralegal, Solomon Taylor & Shaw (Jul 2014 – Dec 2014)


  • Cardiff University: LPC (2013 – 2014)
  • University of Reading: Bachelor of Laws (2010 – 2013)

Memberships / Trustee Poitions

  • The Law Society of England and Wales