Trowers & Hamlins advised Catalyst Housing Limited and Aldwyck Housing Group Limited on their merger.
Catalyst and Aldwyck cemented their desire to work in partnership with Aldwyck and its subsidiaries joining the Catalyst group in May 2019. A legal consolidation of the two groups was completed on 2 December 2019 with Aldwyck transferring its engagements to Catalyst. A member of the G15 group of London’s largest housing associations, the merger sees Catalyst’s continued expansion into the northern home counties, with Aldwyck bringing in 11,000 homes across Hertfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Cambridgeshire and Northamptonshire. The combined group manages and owns 32,000 homes.
Aldwyck Housing Group Limited operates as a non-profit organization. The Organization offers home to rent and part-owned homes to owner, as well as provides support and community services. Aldwyck Housing Group operates in the United Kingdom.
Catalyst Housing Limited operates as non profit organization. The Organization works with local authorities, developers, and community organizations to provide low-cost homes rentals, home ownership, and regeneration of neighborhood services. Catalyst Housing serves communities in the United Kingdom.
The Trowers & Hamlins Banking & Finance team was led by partner Eleanor James (Picture), principally supported by Jasna Djurisic and Danny O’Brien. The Real Estate Finance Security work was undertaken by Forhad Ahmed and Beth Lindsey supervised by Katie Dyer, Sarah Darvell and Caroline Nugent.
Involved fees earner: Forhad Ahmed – Trowers & Hamlins; Sarah Darvell – Trowers & Hamlins; Jasna Djurisic – Trowers & Hamlins; Katie Dyer – Trowers & Hamlins; Eleanor James – Trowers & Hamlins; Caroline Nugent – Trowers & Hamlins; Daniel O’Brien – Trowers & Hamlins;
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