International law firm Trowers & Hamlins has advised Croydon Council and its NHS and voluntary sector partners on their new integrated health and social care service for older people. The first time a collaboration of this scale has ever been developed in the UK.
International law firm Trowers & Hamlins has advised Hambleton District Council on a joint venture with Wykeland Properties Limited to develop the former H.M. Prison Northallerton as a major mixed-use regeneration project in central Northallerton.
This year our Think Tank sessions will focus on identifying value through partnerships with individual sessions on local authority housing delivery, driving value through energy partnerships and the key drivers and benefits of housing delivery partnerships.
International law firm Trowers & Hamlins has relocated its Malaysian office to new and bigger premises to accommodate the continued growth of its team in Kuala Lumpur.
International law firm Trowers & Hamlins is advising Housebuilder Hill on their joint venture with Peabody for two East London projects, with a combined value of over £350m.
International law firm Trowers & Hamlins is advising housing association the Hyde Group on their strategic joint venture with Barratt London, for the development of 1,150 homes in Harrow.
International law firm Trowers & Hamlins has, in conjunction with the Bahrain Economic Development Board and the Central Bank of Bahrain, assisted in the development of Bahrain's new Investment Limited Partnership Law. The new law makes Bahrain the first country in the GCC region to have introduced national legislation enabling for the formation of limited partnerships in a manner comparable to structures utilised in reputable off-shore fund domiciles.
The Supreme Court has held in the conjoined cases of Home Office (UK Border Agency) v Essop and others and Naeem v the Secretary of State for Justice that in order to make a valid claim for indirect discrimination the victim of the discrimination will have to show that a requirement has been imposed on them, that they have a protected characteristic and that they (and those who share the protected characteristic) suffer the effect of the disadvantage when compared to others. Previously the Court of Appeal had suggested that if the reason for the requirement wasn't discriminatory then there could be no indirect discrimination. According to the Supreme Court this is not the case.
International law firm Trowers & Hamlins is pleased to have advised London-listed investment management group, Rasmala and KAMCO of Kuwait on the acquisition of Amazon's largest UK distribution warehouse, located in Dunfermline, Fife. The £54m deal marks Rasmala's fourth UK commercial property deal in less than 18 months and is the biggest of its deals so far.
Tom Wigley, Partner and Head of Energy and Natural Resources at International law firm Trowers & Hamlins LLP, has moved from the firm's London office to operate out of the firm's office in Oman.