National law firm Bevan Brittan has been reappointed to the Places for People Legal Services Panel. This is the third major appointment for the top-100 UK firm in the previous months, coming after it won a place on the Crown Commercial Service (CCS) Legal Services Panel and Sovereign Housing Association's Legal Panel.

Bevan Brittan is one of seventeen firms to have been appointed to the Places for People Legal Services Panel for four years until 2025.

Places for People is a leading affordable homes-led placemaker. It creates and manages thriving communities that its customers are proud to call home and are sustainable – economically, socially and environmentally. Over 500,000 people live in our homes and 300,000 people visit our leisure centres every week. 

Bevan Brittan will provide legal advice and services across nine areas including property, development, corporate, finance, housing services, employment, commercial, compliance and healthcare.

Louise Leaver, Head of Housing at Bevan Brittan said: “We started working with Places for People in 2001 so it is great to continue in our role as a core advisor over 20 years later.

“Our experience of working in partnership with clients to provide legal advice that adds value will support Places for People.”

Bevan Brittan’s specialist housing team has an in-depth understanding of the sector. The firm also has expertise in key related fields such as health and social care and energy.

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