Bond Dickinson LLP has advised its client Rentplus, the affordable homes provider, on a partnership that will see the introduction of the rent-to-buy model to Cambridgeshire.
The partnership was struck with social housing organisation King Street Housing Society (KSHS) and will help address some of the housing issues facing the region, including the lack of affordable homes. The partnership will see new properties being made available to local families and workers, providing residents with an affordable and sustainable way into homeownership. KSHS is Rentplus’s first housing association partners in the region which will help towards delivering 1,000 homes across Cambridgeshire.
The Bond Dickinson team, led by Legal Director Samantha Orluta, advised Rentplus on all aspects of the negotiations with KSHS, including negotiating the Collaboration agreement, consortium agreement, agreement for lease, lease, tenancy agreement and relevant Rentplus policies.
Involved fees earner: Samantha Orluta – Bond Dickinson;
Law Firms: Bond Dickinson;