Rebecca Pendlebury > Bevan Brittan LLP > Birmingham, England > Lawyer Profile

Bevan Brittan LLP
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West Midlands > Real estate > Social housing

Bevan Brittan LLP‘s sizeable team routinely advises housing associations (HAs), local authorities, developers and funders operating at a local and national level. The cross-disciplinary practice is jointly headed up by Sarah Greenhalgh, a RP corporate governance specialist, and Rebecca Pendlebury, who focuses on public sector driven mixed-use regeneration schemes. Litigation department head Adam Kendall advises HAs on health and safety issues, and court proceedings that subsequently arise. Employment law specialist Ashley Norman is highly experienced in representing housing associations in cases before the Court of Appeal, while senior associate Cynyr Rhys is noted for his expertise in landlord and tenant disputes. Senior associate Jaspal Basra works with HAs on the potential implications of performance-related pay structures. All named lawyers are based in Birmingham.


West Midlands > Public sector > Local government

Bevan Brittan LLP‘s Birmingham local government team advises local authorities on a number of key matters including real estate projects, governance issues, contract management and climate change policy. Adam Kendall specialises in commercial litigation and undertakes a wide range of dispute work for housing associations, charities, local authority and healthcare clients. Rebecca Pendlebury stands out for her specialism in regeneration and development schemes across a range of structures. Kirtpal Kaur Aujla leads the local government commercial team and advises on complex matters involving service re-organisation, public sector collaboration and outsourcing arrangements.

West Midlands > Real estate > Commercial property: Birmingham

Bevan Brittan LLP‘s Birmingham-based real estate practice is routinely sought out by city councils, registered providers (RPs), universities, and healthcare operators for assistance in delivering high-profile projects. Rebecca Pendlebury works with a multitude of local authorities, both within the West Midlands and beyond, on various development and regeneration schemes, ranging from new stadiums to infrastructure overhauls. Alongside Pendlebury, senior associate Emma Holmes is a central figure within the firm’s housing team who works with local authorities and national RPs on affordable residential developments and tenanted stock disposals. Senior associate Claire Hamlin, who joined from Higgs LLP in September 2021, is also recommended.