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We act for developers and public bodies on many and varied regeneration schemes around the UK including housing regeneration projects, town centre redevelopment schemes, and investment in infrastructure. Our multi-disciplinary team , draws on expertise in property, commercial, procurement, construction and public law (including state aid). We keep up to date with developments in the sector and regularly host or participate in discussion forums.

We appreciate the challenges facing local authorities in particular, as well as the opportunities rapidly emerging for them to act as enablers and developers in their own right. We regularly give advice on procurement options and the setting up of wholly owned delivery vehicles, as well as funding arrangements.

what we do...

  • Our clients - long-standing working relationship with our clients including housing associations, local authorities, developers, the HCA, and funders.
  • Our experience – we are currently acting on major housing schemes, a city-scale district heating project, and new transport hub, and on private rented sector delivery vehicles.
  • Specialist advice across the firm - including planning and CPO, environmental, construction, corporate and commercial, banking, procurement and state aid, corporate and commercial.
  • National coverage – from our offices in Birmingham, Exeter, London, Manchester and Nottingham.

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