The way in which we provide legal advice is driven by our key values. This means we always work hard to build trust with our clients
and professional contacts, to think differently in order to achieve the best outcomes and focus on delivering results.

A few examples of how we have applied these values include:

Delivering a cutting edge property finance solution for a social housing agency in the lease and leaseback with Aviva Investors to finance the purchase of 189 properties.
Helping a recruitment company save up to 30% of its management time spent on staff issues when they invested in our online HR system.

 
Bringing the first appeal of its kind regarding a Monetary Penalty Notice issued by the Information Commissioner for breach of the Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulations. 

 
Capitalising on the value of the intellectual property of a tracking technology business in a pre-pack sale, to the tune
of £1m, as a result of the team’s responsive approach.


 
Finalising a project to build and operate leisure centres across 2 major council areas, resulting in substantial net payments rather than subsidies.

 
Advising how to solve a VAT problem which was holding back the funding of a new academy, with a total budget of over £20m at stake.

 
Providing initial advice on a scheme to create a new energy supply company sponsored by a Local Authority to help end fuel poverty.

Helping the UK’s leading dry cleaners stay free of employment claims in a major change programme involving closure of more than 100 of their branch outlets.

 
Achieving a substantial reduction in stamp duty land tax on the acquisition of a care home as a result of thinking creatively on structuring the funding.

 
Creating a unique new form of public-private joint venture for a Local Authority to develop surplus land for housing and
retail sites, regenerating derelict sites and creating a long-term income stream.


 
Dealing with the fall-out resulting from a contractor becoming insolvent part-way through a construction project for a major university.

 
Negotiating terms for a unique joint venture between the biggest housing association in Wales and an Investment company - creating a framework which other local authorities can join.