Toronto Square - 7th floor
Leeds is a vibrant city that has a rich history and an exciting future. With our Leeds office located in the heart of the city we are well placed to serve our clients within Leeds and across Yorkshire and the North East.
On a foundation of partnership, market insight and commercial strength our legal teams proactively and passionately deliver legal and regulatory advice that generated outstanding results for our clients nationally and across Yorkshire and the North East.
We are proud to be recognised by these local awards:
Across the region
A Shade Greener Money Plc
We advised A Shade Greener on financing the redevelopment of Wharfedale Grange, a luxury wedding venue in Yorkshire.
West Yorkshire Legal Framework ('WYLAW')
We won a greatly expanded role on the West Yorkshire Legal Framework, known as WYLAW. WYLAW comprises the five local authorities of West Yorkshire (Leeds, Kirklees, Bradford, Calderdale, Wakefield) and also York. We advise on nine out of ten lots on the framework, including Childcare Law, General Litigation, Highways and Environment, Employment Law and Pensions, and more.
Integrated Waste and Energy PPP Project
We advised Sheffield City Council on all the legal and commercial aspects of the renegotiation, potential re-procurement and/or termination of their major integrated PPP Contract with Veolia Environmental Services. The current contract includes both the delivery of waste and environmental services, and the operation of both a 19MW Energy Recovery Facility and a major district energy network.
NHS North of England Commercial Procurement Collaborative (NOE CPC) Framework
Bevan Brittan advises members of the NHS North of England Commercial Procurement Collaborative (NOE CPC). The NOE CPC is hosted by Leeds and York Partnership NHS Foundation Trust (LYPFT) and provides collaborative and bespoke procurement solutions to the public sector. It is one of the leading players in collaborative procurement within the NHS in England.
Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
We were a leading adviser in a bond deal to re-finance a PFI project for Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust that has just reached financial close. The Trust is one of the largest teaching hospitals in Europe, serving a population of 850,000 people in Leeds and 4.5 million across Yorkshire and the Humber region.
The firm advises many of the largest Housing Associations and providers of social housing across the country and those focused on the Yorkshire region, including Yorkshire Housing, Home Group, Together Housing and Places for People.
We are an Associate Member of the Yorkshire and Humber Constructing Excellence Club, a platform which aims to bring about lasting change in the construction industry.
Nearest train station
Leeds (10 mins walk)
The Leeds Station (Long Stay MSCP) Car Park is only 0.2 miles or 4 minutes walk, the parking is located on Aire Street, Leeds, LS1 4HT
Pret A Manger
10 Infirmary Street
La Bottega Milanese
A11A, The Light, The Headrow
Each of our offices support a charity, selected by the team in that location.
Leeds Women's Aid offers support for women and children affected by domestic violence and abuse. Their services include providing emergency refuge accommodation, community services such as drop-in sessions and a 24/7 telephone helpline, along with healthy relationship programmes and other support and intervention services.
We continue to work with a local charity relating to homelessness, where volunteers assist once a month in serving breakfast to homeless people. Four volunteers from our Birmingham office also volunteered at SIFA Fireside, serving meals to the homeless.
Charlie's Angel Centre Foundation
A team from the Leeds office entered the Clarion Leeds 10k Corporate Challenge for Charlie's Angel Centre which provides support for families following the death of a baby or child. The team raised over £3,000.
Careers Day - Leeds
Several volunteers attended a careers day at Crashaw Academy to talk about their legal careers. This was the second time our firm has attended a careers event at the academy.
Social care charity acquires residential care business with Bevan Brittan’s support
18/09/2023View all News
Distinguishing unwise decision-making from lacking capacity
Bevan Brittan Education Lunchtime Training Webinars 2023View all Events