How can we help you?

As a pioneer in regeneration work, we have decades of experience in resolving the complex and often politicised challenges of large and complex urban redevelopment. We help our clients to revitalise the built environment to create places to allow communities and business to thrive.

Large-scale regeneration demands market knowledge and an understanding of the needs and drivers of all parties involved, along with the tenacity to see it all the way through. Every element of schemes delivering thousands of new jobs and homes, along with vital public and social infrastructure, must align to be successful in the long term.

The financial and societal value of large-scale regeneration of cities, towns and individual estates is established but commercial pressures can make it difficult to put people at the heart of proposals and to secure their support. We have decades of experience in bringing all stakeholders together and to finding ways to balance those pressures. Our lawyers are really passionate about the role they can play in shaping places to meet the needs of the community.

The firm's public sector teams are recognised leaders their fields and we help local governments across the world to deliver success new and vibrant places including advising on landmark transformational projects. Our work with local authorities includes advising on a full range of housing and regeneration issues, management and policy issues, governance, powers, procurement, construction, financing and complex joint venture arrangements.

With clients on all sides of the market we bring insight and understanding including innovative structures and funding mechanisms. From procurement and bidding, the negotiation phases to financial and legal completion, physical construction and completion and throughout the lifetime of a scheme we help private developers, contractors, local authorities, institutions, housing associations and joint venture companies.

In brief

  • Decades of experience of bringing multiple stakeholders together to balance pressures
  • Ability to resolve issues on large and complex urban development 
  • Recognised leaders in the field for local government work across the world
  • Formulate innovative structures and funding mechanisms
  • Advise through the lifetime of a scheme, from bidding to completion and management
  • Passionate about placemaking

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