On 10 August 2023, Devonshires attended Pathways to Law National Conference and Careers Fair hosted at Warwick University where we delivered two workshops and hosted a stand at the Careers Fair. Sharon Thandi and Hannah Nichols delivered two interactive spotlight sessions for students to gain insight into pursuing a career in law as well as
We are pleased to have acted for a London based housing charity for a claim for unjust enrichment relating to the profits made by their tenants following the subletting of their property on Airbnb. The tenants were ordered to pay our client £18,000 relating to the profit made, together with an order for our client’s legal costs.
Devonshires will have a big presence at the Housing 2023 conference which takes place from 27-29 June.
Sustainability for Housing (SfH) has launched the consultation into Version 2.0 of the Sustainability Reporting Standard for Social Housing (SRS).
We’re delighted to welcome Baljit Basra who joins Devonshires as a Partner increasing our total number of Partners to 55.
We’re delighted to have promoted five Solicitors to Partner in our annual round of promotions, taking our total number of Partners to 55! Two Solicitors, Rachel Orgill-Harris and Natalie Swales, have been promoted in our Banking, Corporate & Governance team. Carlos Fernandes, from our Securitisation team, Joanna Bouloux from Real Estates & Projects, and Pauline
The latest guidance issued by DLUHC to Help to Buy buyers.
Chancellor Jeremy Hunt delivered his 2023 Spring Budget on 15 March 2023. The budget’s focus was on implementing ways to help people return to work and stay in employment.
The Supreme Court have today (1 March 2023) ruled in favour of residents who claimed a statutory trust which gave them rights over a recreational ground.
As Corporate Partners of The Sutton Trust, a leading organisation in the social mobility space in the UK, we were fortunate enough to have hosted work placements for 6 young individuals earlier this month.