Trowers appointed to LBLA's legal services panel
Trowers & Hamlins has been appointed along with seven other firms to LBLA's Regeneration legal panel.
Worth potentially £16m over four years, the new framework came into effect on 8th July 2022 and will be effective until 7th July 2025, with an option to extend for a further 12 months.
The London Boroughs' Legal Alliance (LBLA) was established in 2009 as a successful collaborative partnership of local authority legal teams in the UK, at the forefront of innovative procurement practice and efficiency strategy, delivering a demonstrable best value service to clients and local residents.
Partner Scott Dorling, commented:
"This appointment further demonstrates our level of expertise across the public sector and we look forward to working with the LBLA member boroughs on their exciting regeneration schemes. At Trowers, we are passionate about regeneration and understand the value – economic, social, community and cultural, that regeneration can bring."
Tim Morel, a founding Director at Kennedy Cater said:
"This procurement process was rigorous in its aim to select firms who could best meet the LBLA’s significant cost and quality criteria. We are delighted that the firms delivered are recognised experts in the field of local government and public law and as such are well placed to provide the LBLA with the high levels of legal support they demand."