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With the increased profile of affordable housing on the political agenda, the lack of funding for housing associations is forcing them to review their business models and depressing activity levels. It is essential that available, financially viable projects or bank funding is delivered promptly and efficiently. Similarly, it has never been more important for housing associations that the sales of their properties are delivered without delay. We understand these pressures and remain committed to the sector and to providing a quality, value for money service.
Our clients also include private developers, local authorities, health providers and government agencies such as the HCA. This ‘cross sector’ experience benefits all our clients, particularly in an era of increased partnering and joint ventures, because we understand those with whom they work and can draw upon that knowledge and experience to find workable solutions and smooth the delivery of projects.
Hear from public sector experts, Anita Bradley, for guidance on probity in planning with a focus on the specific areas of governance in the planning system.This training will give members an outline of the key terms and practices you need to be aware of, including the Nolan Principles, Localism Act 2011, Codes of Conduct, the Wednesbury rules and will look at the planning process and relevant case law.
Hear from public sector experts, Katherine Hall, for guidance on probity in planning with a focus on site visits and lobbying. This training will give members an outline of the key terms and practices you need to be aware of, including the Nolan Principles, Localism Act 2011, Codes of Conduct, the Wednesbury rules and will look at the planning process and relevant case law.
Hear from public sector experts, Katherine Hall, for guidance on probity in planning with a focus on the planning process. This training will give members an outline of the key terms and practices you need to be aware of, including the Nolan Principles, Localism Act 2011, Codes of Conduct, the Wednesbury rules and will look at the planning process and relevant case law.
Here is the latest property quarterly update aimed at in house lawyers (and other professionals) practising in the property/real estate sector.
Shared ownership sales are now driven very much by targets and it’s especially pleasing when we can rely on the professionalism and excellent performance which the team at Browne Jacobson continues to achieve.
They understand the practicalities and required deliverables of social housing development and how to work to tight deadlines.
You don't feel like you're being starved of time. They're always happy to talk things through in detail. A very approachable team.
Efficient and client-focused.
Advising a local authority on its regeneration of a run-down 1960s tower block estate to create circa 300 new homes and a new community centre. Our advice spanned the procurement, regeneration and housing aspects of the project.
Advising a London RP on its long-standing, and complex partnering agreement with the local London Borough to create an innovative, modern structure capturing the ‘vision’ of what the parties are seeking to achieve but at the same time ensuring it is workable, fundable and sufficiently flexible to cater for the surprises that are inevitable in a long term partnership.
Advising a major RP in relation to the charging of over £100m worth of properties under a security trust arrangement. Our extensive knowledge and experience in this area and our sensitivity to the bespoke requirements of funders when acting for RPs when acquiring land and negotiating development agreements means we are able to highlight and pre-empt many of the issues that affect charging and value at the very beginning of the life of a development.
Acting for Waterloo Housing Group on a scheme in Mablethorpe involving the development of 120 new affordable homes, open market housing, a new supermarket, new distributor road and ancillary infrastructure. Our work included a complex series of agreements with various other parties covering property, development, planning and tax issues.
The recent case of Edwards v Kumarasamy will give heart to social landlords because the Supreme Court has overturned the judgment of the Court of Appeal.
The momentum of the devolution revolution seems to have slowed. Local authorities have been left hanging on, tantalisingly close to a deal…
With the majority of central government sitting behind the Treasury when it comes to buying into the devolution agenda, what will the long term relationship between central and local government look like?
One of the key themes explored in our report ‘Our changing state: the realities of austerity and devolution’ is the preparedness of central government
We recognise the financial constraints that our public sector clients operate under.
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