Affordable housing finance


We understand that the provision of affordable housing is vital to our communities. Whether you're a lender to the sector or a housing association our friendly, experienced team can help you make the most of your funding opportunities.

Whether you need advice on capital market issues, private placements, group borrowing structures, hedging arrangements, bank borrowing, sale and leaseback arrangements, off balance sheet funding structures or other types of funding we are here to guide you every step of the way. We have the largest and most experienced team of lawyers in the social housing finance sector and are a nationally respected practice.

We understand our clients’ businesses and their aims for the future and we enjoy working in partnership with them to ensure that they are able to deliver the very best service to their customers. The fact that we act regularly for both borrowers and funders means that we understand the needs and concerns of both as well as having a thorough knowledge of current loan terms. This enables us to contribute positively to the negotiation process and to suggest practical solutions when issues arise. We're here to make your life easier and are used to working on highly complex transactions. We are an essential part of the team in any innovative transaction and our depth of experience means that we add real value to all mainstream financings.

In brief

  • Top ranked experts in the social housing finance sector
  • Highly experienced team covering all aspects of social housing finance
  • Innovative and commercial 
  • At the forefront of every change in the sector
  • Client focused and provide exceptional value for money
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