The services we provide cover housing development and construction including planning support, plot disposals, landlord and tenant, housing management, housing litigation, commercial property services, regulatory compliance, governance, procurement, energy law, health & safety, IP and HR/employment.
This experience means our knowledge of the housing sector is second to none and it helps us to provide our clients with a service that is efficient, pragmatic and, of course, informed. We provide commercial guidance and solutions based on our understanding of our clients’ and their partners’ concerns.
We recognise that in the current climate our clients are facing some big challenges: the delivery of affordable housing is being held back by fewer private developments triggering section 106 arrangements, not to mention diminishing funding.
In addition, the role and needs of Registered Providers has changed a great deal in recent years. The deals they are involved in tend to be more complex and high profile – often involving external finance, and they are much more commercial than they were. They are right at the heart of things, not just subsidiary parties, and they can benefit from advisers (like us) who understand all the parties involved in a typical deal.
Our experienced team take a multi-disciplinary and collaborative approach to this work and we keep in front of mind the knowledge that every client is unique. That’s why we tailor our teams and our way of working to suit each client’s individual needs. We build long lasting relationships – we believe the better we know and understand our clients, the more we can help them to achieve their strategic aims.
“These proactive partners have a good cross-section of expertise.”
“All responses have been prompt and of a high quality and their advice has enabled us to make informed and appropriate decisions.”
“They know the business, and their approach in terms of commerciality and empathy is in keeping in with ours.”
“Impressive team acting for a wide range of registered providers and developers.”
Housing Management & Litigation