Victoria joined Anthony Collins Solicitors from a national corporate firm in 2004. She specialises in housing corporate services, advising clients including GreenSquare Group, Knowsley Housing Trust, Walsall Housing Group, Poplar HARCA and Flagship Housing Group. Victoria also advises commercial organisations on their engagement with the third and public sectors, particularly in relation to joint ventures, collaborations and partnering arrangements.

Romaine Thompson, senior partner at Anthony Collins Solicitors, said: “We are proud to welcome Victoria as partner in the firm. Anthony Collins has a deep commitment to expanding our offering in the housing sector, and solicitors of Victoria’s calibre provide valuable expertise. Victoria is very talented and enjoys using her technical skills and experience to support organisations in making a difference to housing provision in the UK.”

Victoria Jardine said: “I am delighted to have been promoted to partner. Anthony Collins Solicitors is a fantastic firm, and I look forward to working with the team to continue delivering the highest quality legal advice, and helping to strengthen communities.”

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