Partner in the property team
I work in the property team at Anthony Collins Solicitors specialising in property development and stock transfer for housing associations.
In the early part of my career, I dealt with site acquisition and disposals for a major national housebuilder and applied that knowledge acting for housing associations. With 40 years experience acting for registered providers, my aim is to achieve the best outcome for a variety of development acquisitions, where I can guide clients through an acquisition from start to finish setting up the site properly to sell and raise finance. I have also led on and completed 12 housing stock transfers.
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