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Top 40 law firm Trowers & Hamlins has been reappointed to the legal services framework for housing association, Network Homes.

Network Homes are one of the UK's leading housing association's and provide over 21,000 homes for more than 38,000 people across London, Hertfordshire and the South East. 

The new framework replaces the previous panel and came into effect on 1 September and will run for four years until 2026.

Trowers are one of seven law firms that will advise Network Homes in areas such as corporate services, governance, finance, housing management, asset management, property and development.

The procurement process was based on assessment criteria that recognised both price and quality. The chosen firms demonstrated that they will be able to provide Network Homes with high quality professional legal services, across all areas of operation. They have also agreed to support the organisation’s corporate social responsibility aims by providing placements, mentoring, workshops, and careers training and guidance to our employees and residents.

Amy Shaw, Real Estate Partner at Trowers & Hamlins, commented:

"We are delighted to once again be appointed to Network Homes' legal services framework. The reappointment further demonstrates our longstanding relationship and the level of our expertise within the sector. We look forward to continuing our work with Network Homes and helping them to achieve their strategic objectives." 

Aisha Akhtar, Network Homes Senior Solicitor (Housing and Litigation) and Practice Manager, added:

"We are pleased to announce the panel for our second legal services framework. These firms will help us achieve our strategic objectives by providing high quality advice and support in a number of key areas. We look forward to working with them in the coming years in what is an ever-changing social housing landscape. We hope to once again share our framework with other housing providers."

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