Anthony Collins Solicitors (ACS) has appointed a new partner to its market-leading social housing property team.
Anthony Collins Solicitors is a market leading firm within our specialist sectors, particularly in social housing and the wider third sector. Based in Birmingham, we have a national client base and a team of lawyers who are genuinely passionate about the work that they do. Our approach is built upon long term relationships with clients and we can demonstrate this through a long and established client base.
We are looking for property development lawyers, we suggest 0-2 PQE, to grow and strengthen our highly-regarded team and assist in serving our clients in innovative ways from our newly opened Manchester office.
The postholder will work alongside our housing clients on their complex development and funding projects. This is a varied role, enabling you to work on joint ventures, property funding structures, portfolio acquisitions and disposals and development projects.
We require someone who wants to develop the skills to influence through a commercial and pragmatic approach, and who can build and maintain strong relationships as a result of the high level of client contact required in the role. There will be the opportunity to build and expand your role within the supportive team over time.
With a keen interest in development work, you will have enthusiasm for housing sector work and a willingness to understand the world from the client perspective.
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