Triya graduated from University College London with a LLB (Hons) in Law, before completing her LPC at the College of Law in London.
Areas of Expertise
Triya has over 15 years’ of experience in the Social Housing sector, continuing to act for Registered Providers on a complete range of property matters. Triya’s role includes guiding clients through the initial structuring of the deal (whilst considering vires and tax efficiencies), title investigation through to negotiating bespoke development agreements and conditional contracts. In addition to this core area of work, Triya is the go-to lawyer for advice on Grant funding from Homes England, the GLA and Local Authorities.
Triya’s particular specialism lies in complex development, joint ventures and large scale regeneration projects. Many of the projects Triya has led on have a mixed use element with a development value in excess of £100m.
As well as this core area of work, Triya advises on telecoms leases, section 106 Agreements, commercial leases and the development of existing asset sites.
Triya trained at Prince Evans and joined Devonshires Solicitors on qualification.
Triya regularly contributes to our Property Blog and writes articles for our website.
Triya is a keen baker and Arsenal fan.
Triya led on the acquisition and development of a 350 unit scheme in London for a Circle. The site comprised a mix of affordable and private residential units and commercial units. Given the mixed tenure, she also advised the client on how to structure the deal to address vires and tax efficiencies.
Triya advised a Registered Provider on their largest ever stock acquisition of over 400 units over two Lots from another major Registered Provider.
Triya recently acted for a major national Registered Provider on the conditional purchase of land for the development of 375 section 106 units over three phases. The new development will form part of a major regeneration estate and the creation of a new Garden City with thousands of new homes planned to be built over the next decade.
Triya acted on the disposal of a portfolio of care homes. The deal was of major strategic importance for the client as it meant they were able to focus on their core strength areas of providing affordable housing and move away from the supported housing sector.