Key points for a housing association to consider when disposing new homes in its development pipeline.
- Deal structure and Heads of Terms.
- Title and Due Diligence
- Development risk
- Grant Funding
- Planning, CIL and Section 106 obligations
- Limits on liabilities
- Occupied Units
Krissun Soodin, Partner, Real Estate & Projects
Krissun is a real estate development lawyer with particular expertise in social housing, regeneration schemes and mixed-use development projects.
He regularly advises UK’s leading Registered Providers on matters arising in the development process including site assembly and acquisitions, joint venture agreements, overage, planning matters, build contracts and infrastructure agreements.
Jonathan Corris, Partner, Real Estate & Projects
Jonathan has worked with clients on a variety of development projects from large scale regenerations to the delivery of a single new property. His work covers advising clients on a wide spectrum of documentation including JV agreements, development agreements, option agreements, conditional contracts, planning agreements and managing disposals of completed developments for Registered Providers and private developers.
Hannah Langford, Partner, Real Estate & Projects
Hannah works closely with Registered Providers on development projects, with a particular focus on planning, regeneration, and merger due diligence. She specialises in development and regeneration schemes including site assembly, joint ventures, section 106 acquisitions, and regeneration projects. One of her key strengths lies in her understanding of client’s governance and regulatory obligations.
Hannah is also a Board Member for Golding Homes and a member of the sub-committees for Development and Social Value.