Howes Percival has been appointed to housing and care provider, Anchor’s legal services panel following a tender process.
Anchor is England’s largest not-for-profit provider of housing and care for people in later life and serves more than 65,000 residents in 54,000 care homes across almost 1,700 locations.
Howes Percival is appointed to the panel alongside Gowling WLG, Capsticks, Devonshires, Freeths, Trowers & Hamlins and Walker Morris. The panel will run for an initial period of three years and provide full service legal advice.
Emma Costello, Head of Legal at Anchor, said:
“Anchor is committed to partnering with lawyers who not only bring their own specialisms and expertise to the table but also share our core values. We were overwhelmed with the response to our most recent invitation to tender and are delighted to announce that we have secured a new legal services panel with sector-leading advisers, supporting us operationally as well as assisting in the delivery of our progressive growth programme to continue to provide homes where people love living in later life.”
Robert Starr from Howes Percival said:
"I’ve had the pleasure of working with Anchor for many years and I’m delighted that Howes Percival has been appointed to their legal panel. Our healthcare team has a particular strength in working with businesses in the care industry and this panel appointment is testament to our expertise in this area. We are excited to build on this and work with the other panel firms to support Anchor in achieving its future goals."
Howes Percival has a dedicated healthcare sector team which is made up of industry specialists who can advise on a wide range of legal issues. For more information click here.