The Home Of Social Housing Law
Blake Morgan’s nationwide team of specialist social housing solicitors provides a fully comprehensive solution to the social housing sector, counting some of the best known providers in the country as long-term clients. Our social housing solicitors provide expert legal advice to the sector.
Our social housing solicitors are true leaders in their field and provide a comprehensive tailor-made service for the sector. We take a joined-up approach to our clients' needs, providing advice on and solutions to their often-complex legal requirements, and are recognised leaders in:
We work with many of the most significant organisations in the social housing sector, as well as smaller local bodies providing comprehensive legal services.
"There is a depth of knowledge in the team and members of the team are skilled and on point with advice and solutions."
- Legal 500, 2023
"They are professional, knowledgeable, give excellent advice and support us in our legal issues."
- Chambers and Partners, 2022
"Blake Morgan provides a first-class service, they always have someone available to give accurate and professional advice."
- Legal 500, 2022
Clients say they are "very impressed with their guidance and customer service."
- Chambers and Partners, 2020
Awards and Accolades
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