Triya Maicha > Devonshires Solicitors LLP > London, England > Lawyer Profile
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Triya is a partner in the Real Estate and Projects department specialising in social housing and development. She advises on a broad range of property transactions with a particular emphasis on site acquisitions, complex development agreements, conditional contracts and regeneration. Triya has successfully led on a number of large projects including the acquisition and development of a 375 unit scheme in London for a major registered provider, the acquisition of affordable housing units as part of a new Garden City in Kent and the stock transfer of over 400 homes in Suffolk. Triya also has a particular interest in working with smaller RPs and the G320.
As well as this core area of work, Triya advises on telecoms leases, s106 agreements, commercial leases and the development of infill sites
Trained at Prince Evans; qualified 2006; joined Devonshires 2006 as a property lawyer; partner 2013.
University College London (LLB Hons) 2003; LPC 2004.
Triya is a keen baker and Arsenal fan.
Devonshires Solicitors LLP fields ‘a wide range of experienced partners who can assist with matters that arise across the affordable housing and RP sectors‘. The team acts for a plethora of housing associations and registered providers on social housing issues and can and boasts ‘great strength in terms of areas of expertise and levels of experience‘. Andrew Cowan specialises in banking and governance work in the social housing sector. ‘Fantastic‘ Donna McCarthy heads the housing management and property litigation team and is particularly experienced in acting in public law, human rights, and Equality Act challenges, while Sharon Kirkham heads the property charging work. The cross-departmental team also features banking specialist Julian Barker, dispute resolution lawyer James Dunn, construction specialist Mark London as well as Triya Maicha, Neil Toner and Jonathan Corris, who head the real estate and projects team. The unit was further strengthened with the arrivals of Matthew Waters and Katie Fung. Former housing management and property head Nick Billingham retired in April 2022 but continues to support the team on a consultancy basis.
Top Tier Firm Rankings
- Dispute resolution > Debt recovery
- Real estate > Social housing: finance
- Real estate > Social housing: local authorities and registered providers