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Anthony Collins Solicitors LLP
134 EDMUND STREET
BIRMINGHAM
B3 2ES
England

Work Department

Governance and Commercial

Position

Partner and Head of Governance & Commercial department

Career

For over 25 years, Mark has advised local authorities, housing associations and central government on collaborative working.  He provides strategic advice on models for transforming public services and is an expert in the area of social value as a core feature in public services procurement.

Lawyer Rankings

West Midlands > Public sector > Local government

With a large team of local government specialists, Anthony Collins Solicitors LLP offers a full service across governance, property, construction, planning, litigation, employment, pensions and local government law. Lawyers advise local councils across the UK, including Birmingham, Coventry, Somerset and Cumbria. Matthew Gregson leads the team and advises on all aspects of employment law, with experience advising on disciplinary issues at senior levels. Mark Cook  provides strategic advice on models for transforming public services, while Sandy Munroe is lead local government property partner with 30 years of experience in land transactions. Senior associate Gayle Monk is known for her expertise in local authority services such as waste, leisure and recycling.

London > Public sector > Local government

The dedicated local government team at Anthony Collins Solicitors LLP offers a full council service across governance, property, construction, regeneration, planning, litigation and employment. In particular, reorganisations are a growing area of importance for the firm. Matthew Gregson has recently taken over as team leader, advising on all aspects of employment law, especially senior level departures and disciplinary issues. Mark Cook advises on a range of joint ventures and income generation matters, while Sandy Munroe is highly experienced in land transactions and complex asset rationalisations.