04 Oct 2019 | 02:33 pm |
International law firm Pinsent Masons has been appointed by Birmingham City Council as legal advisor on the procurement of a development partner to deliver the regeneration of the city’s Ladywood area.
Ladywood is a 62 hectare city centre site, identified in the Big City Plan as a key area for redevelopment to deliver family housing, public spaces and community facilities.
The Pinsent Masons team is led by partners David Meecham and Didar Dhillon, with support from a number of other local authority specialists within the firm's Birmingham office including Rebecca Rowley, Amy Walker and Chris Haines.
Commenting on the instruction David Meecham said:
"We are absolutely delighted to be advising Birmingham City Council again on a key regeneration project within the city. Pinsent Masons has proudly worked with the Council for a long time and we are always particularly pleased to be advising on schemes within our home city. After the success of advising on the Peddimore scheme we're looking forward to helping the Council deliver their plans for Ladywood."
Multinational law firm Pinsent Masons has appointed transport and infrastructure expert Miguel Nieto, as Finance and Projects partner in Madrid where he will focus on the growing transport and mobility market.
Pay gap reporting highlights the value and importance of our drive to promote diversity and inclusion. This year we have opted to report on our disability pay gap for the first time as we underscore our commitment to belonging and inclusion and strengthen our network groups to encourage and champion change for all of our people.
Multinational law firm Pinsent Masons has advised global fund administrator Sanne Group on the first specialised depositary licence to be granted by the Central Bank of Ireland, further enhancing Sanne’s capabilities in Ireland and its multi-jurisdictional proposition for alternative fund managers.
Multinational law firm Pinsent Masons has advised on a new £15m homelessness social investment property fund to help meet increasing demand to house rough sleepers in London.
Multinational law firm Pinsent Masons has advised Diamond Transmission Hornsea One Limited (DTP Hornsea One) on the £1.175bn acquisition and financing of the transmission assets relating to the 1218MW Hornsea One offshore windfarm from Hornsea 1 Limited (Hornsea 1).
Multinational law firm Pinsent Masons has boosted its corporate capabilities by recruiting Johannesburg-based partner Chris Green.
For all media enquiries, including arranging an interview with one of our spokespeople, please contact the press office on