Triya graduated from University College London with a LLB (Hons) in Law, before completing her LPC with Distinction at the College of Law in London.
Areas of Expertise
Triya jointly heads up the Real Estate and Projects Team and has over 15 years of experience in the Social Housing sector, acting on a complete range of property matters. Triya’s particular specialism lies in complex development, joint ventures and large scale regeneration projects.
Triya provides strategic advice to clients on the structuring of deals, the pre-planning stage, development and construction through to delivery. Her client base includes both for-profit and charitable Registered Providers, investors, private developers and local authorities.
Triya joined Devonshires in 2006 and became Partner in 2013.
CIH South West 2023
Member of the BPF Build to Rent London Engagement Group
BPF Residential Board member
Women in Social Housing
Registered Provider client
One Registered Provider client recently said that Triya “worked tirelessly and seamlessly with our project team to ensure a complex and challenging site purchase was achieved despite a very demanding vendor and constantly shifting deadlines. She remained persistent and focused at all times, ensuring that the site was acquired after several weeks of very intense and fraught negotiations. Throughout the demanding process, the level of service never dropped below excellent.”
Acting for a Registered Provider on a joint venture with The London Borough of Ealing, which will see the creation of a new £200 million scheme, delivering a minimum of 400 new dwellings
Advising Sage Homes on their expansive affordable housing acquisition programme
Advising Bromford Housing Association on the development of 455 new homes in Gloucestershire
Advising Notting Hill Genesis on the development of 309 new affordable housing at the Kidbrooke Station Square site in Greenwich, which is being developed under a Joint Venture between Notting Hill Genesis and TFL
Advising The Riverside Group Limited on the development of a 455 unit modular scheme