London Borough's Legal Alliance panel appointment


David Hutton

David Hutton


Bevan Brittan's Local Authority team has been successfully appointed to London Borough's Legal Alliance (LBLA) panel.

The panel is split into two areas of focus: Regeneration (Lot 1) and General Legal Support (Lot 2) which reflect the priorities of the 19 London Boroughs and the London Fire and Planning Authority.

David Hutton, Partner and Head of Local Government, Bevan Brittan, said: "Bevan Brittan's reappointment to Lot 1 and appointment to Lot 2 of the LBLA panel is reflective of our knowledge and experience of regeneration in London and also elsewhere across the country, such as the Birmingham Smithfield regeneration scheme. We look forward to working with the London Boroughs over the coming years, providing them with outstanding commercial, property and litigation legal services and regulatory advice."

Bevan Brittan was recently recognised in the Chambers and Legal 500 as a Tier 1 provider of legal services to Local Government with Bethan Evans, Judith Barnes and Sarah Lamont listed as Elite Leading Lawyers.


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