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South West housing association names four firms to £600k framework

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A housing association in the South West has appointed four law firms to a £600,000 legal services framework agreement covering employment and housing management issues.

Plymouth Community Homes owns and manages more than 15,000 homes in the city.

The four-year framework agreement is divided into two lots and will cover: employment law; housing advice; tenancy breaches, nuisance and anti-social behaviour (possession proceedings and injunctions); preserved right to buy and right to acquire; disrepair claims; contracts and agreements; building health and safety; and commercial premises (shops).

The successful firms were:

  • Tozers (Lot 1 – housing management);
  • Capsticks (Lot 1 – housing management);
  • Bond Dickinson (Lot 2 – employment and corporate support);
  • Ashfords (Lot 2 – employment and corporate support).

The award criteria were: quality (weighting 60); and price (weighting 40).