“An excellent local team committed to the highest levels of customer service. They're efficient and get on with things in a timely manner. ”
The Social Housing team lawyers are leaders in their field and provide specialist advice in the following areas:
Our clients include:
|Radian Group||Agudas Israel Housing Association Limited|
|Pilgrim Homes||Hyde Group|
|Aster Group||Franklands Village|
|Petersfield Housing Association Limited||Raven Housing Trust Limited|
|Pennaf Group||Coastal Group|
|Melin Homes||Wales & West Housing Limited|
Our social housing specialists have advised on a wide variety of issues. Examples include:
“Advice is timely, and the team is very responsive and certainly shows expertise. They are always on the ball.”
“The firm has ‘in-depth knowledge' of the needs of its clients.”
“Their attention to detail is great and their timing is great - I've no hesitation in recommending the team to all manner of clients.”
Blake Morgan has made two appointments to strengthen its offering to clients in the social housing sector.
Two senior solicitors with more combined experience of more than 25 years have joined the growing social housing team at Blake Morgan.
We look in more detail at the National Living Wage effective from April, as well as further changes to the National Minimum Wage.
Yesterday the Government announced that a total fund of £7 billion has been made available in a "dramatic expansion" of its affordable housing programme.
Blake Morgan are proud to be sponsoring this years' Welsh Housing Awards at The Vale Resort, on 27 November 2015.
Sian Jones presented an award at this years' Community Housing Cmyru, at The Hilton Hotel, Cardiff, on 19 November.
Members of Blake Morgan's Social Housing team look forward to supporting CIH Cymru's TAI Conference – the largest of its kind in Wales.
Tim Miles discusses the Housing White Paper that was released in Feb 2017 and the impact that this will have on the housing market.
Tim Miles discusses the impact the Autumn Statement will have on housing associations in the UK. Click here to read the full article in 24 Housing.