Forbes’ Housing Group expands client base

Forbes Solicitors has increased its housing client base after being appointed to the legal panel of Sadeh Lok Housing group.

Forbes will now provide legal advice on housing management, property maintenance and development as well as advising on antisocial behaviour and tenancy enforcement casework.

Sadeh Lok manages over 1,000 properties and was set up in 1988 as a leading Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) housing association.

Stuart Penswick, head of housing at Forbes Solicitors, said: “I am delighted that Forbes has been appointed to represent Sadeh Lok Housing Group. I am sure that a combination of partnership working and the aim for collective success between both organisations is going to lead to a very positive relationship.” Forbes’ Housing Group acts for over 90 registered providers and is recognised for social housing in both the Chambers and Legal 500 guides to the profession.