Devonshires' Finance and Property Teams acted for Circle Anglia Group in connection with an update to its £1.5 billion Note Programme and £110 million tap issue. The tap issue was consolidated with £275,000,000 of existing bonds in issue following the launch of the Programme in 2008.
The centre piece of the Coalition’s legislative programme has finally been published. As one of the most trailed and heralded pieces of legislation of modern times, most people are aware that the central aim is to shift power from the centralised state to local communities.
Julie Bradley, Head of Property at Devonshires, is delighted to announce an expansion of the Firm's commercial and residential property team following the appointment of Marc da Costa, as Partner, and Niall Boland as Senior Solicitor.
Devonshires' Energy and Climate Change Group were joined by colleagues from Ernst & Young and ECD Architects for the Group's latest workshop on Solar Energy within the housing sector. Despite the challenging weather conditions, our speakers were joined by a cross section of professionals from the R...
“If there ever were a time for developing new models of public private partnerships in the housing sector, it is now”
The Education White Paper is out and, not unexpectedly, it heralds a return to what some would call good old fashioned values but which others would call the mistakes of the past.
On the face of it, the principles do not sound controversial. A wider curriculum, better teachers, stronger discipline,...
Devonshires are pleased to announce that Philip Barden is winner of the 2010 Mediation Champion Award for the Centre for Effective Dispute Resolution (CEDR).