On Monday 20th March, twelve new Trainee Solicitors joined the firm bringing our current total Trainee Solicitor count to 33.
We are delighted to have acted for GreenSquareAccord on their issue of £400m sustainability linked bonds.
The Housing Ombudsman has issued a call for evidence to support its next investigation which will look at record keeping and data management.
The UK 2023 Chambers and Partners Legal Guide has been published, and we have maintained our Band 1 positions for Social Housing and Social Housing: Finance.
The Legal 500 United Kingdom 2023 recommend Devonshires as a Top-Tier Firm across a number of practice areas and mention over 30 of our key lawyers.
One aim of the Renting Homes (Wales) Act 2016 (‘the Act’) when it comes into force on 1 December 2022, is to improve security of tenure and a way of achieving this is by increasing the period of notice that a landlord must give when seeking repossession where the tenant is not at fault.
We are absolutely delighted to have acted for Metropolitan Thames Valley Housing (MTVH) on their joint venture with Countryside, in connection with regeneration of the Clapham Park estate.
The Government has today published their ‘fairer private rented sector’ white paper. It is likely to have a significant impact on the sector.
As part of our strategic commitment to better serve our Midlands client base, we are opening an office in Birmingham.
The Infrastructure and Projects Authority, which is a Governmental body, has issued guidance for contracting authorities on managing the expiry of PFI contracts and the necessary service transition. It is imperative that all parties engaged in the private finance initiative (PFI) are aware of the issues presented in this document, as they will guide contracting