National law firm Bevan Brittan has been shortlisted for a major award at the UK Real Estate Investment & Infrastructure Forum’s (UKREiiF’s) upcoming Festival of Achievement.

The firm has been named in the Law Practice of the Year category for the event, which is taking place on 16 May in Leeds. The festival aims to “recognise innovation, inspirational leadership and world class partnerships” across areas including real estate and infrastructure.

UKREiiF is being held from 16-18 May and is expected to attract more than 6,000 attendees, including representatives from the public sector and Government, as well as investors, funders and housebuilders.

A team from Bevan Brittan is attending UKREiiF and hosting a fringe event breakfast seminar on 17 May. Energy & Infrastructure Partner Nathan Bradberry is chairing a panel discussion on district heat and sustainability featuring speakers from Hydrock, Leeds City Council, EnergyDirection Limited and 1Energy Group.

Reacting to the award shortlisting, Nathan said: “UKREiiF has undoubtedly become a key date in the real estate and infrastructure calendar and we are delighted that our expertise in these areas has been reflected in our nomination. Our teams work on a wide range of projects and support everyone from developers to the public sector, so this recognition is a real testament to their efforts.

“It is fantastic that UKREiiF is heading to Leeds again and we are excited to be attending and hosting a fringe event on a key issue. We look forward to welcoming attendees to our session and seeing everyone at the awards and the wider UKREiiF event next month.”

Find out more about Bevan Brittan’s fringe event and register for a place here.

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