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Roythornes appointed to whg legal framework

Leading real estate law firm Roythornes Solicitors has secured a place on the whg framework to support with legal expertise on its affordable housing services. whg is the largest provider of high-quality affordable housing in the West Midlands, owning and...

Roythornes drives listed acquisition deal for taxi firm

The acquisition of Cambridgeshire-based 4X Limited Taxis (4X) by MBH Corporation PLC (MBH) has been completed in a complex deal, thanks to leading law firm Roythornes Solicitors. 4X is a well-established transport service that has an extensive fleet of more...

Roythornes assists Macc Care to buy next site

Macc Care Group, care developer and operator in the Midlands, has acquired a new site in Solihull, with the assistance of Midland’s real estate experts Roythornes Solicitors. The multi-award winning Macc Care Group, founded by doctors Naz...

Loved ones could inherit trouble with DIY Wills on the rise

Whilst home improvement and redecorating became a popular pastime throughout lockdown, a very different type of DIY has seen a big spike in interest too. Naomi McFadden , private client solicitor at Roythornes Solicitors, explains why wills have become such...

Feared tax increases put on pause in 2021 budget

Ben Taylor, associate solicitor at top 200 law firm Roythornes Solicitors , said: “In the lead up to the Budget, a number of economic commentators urged caution in respect of a tax increase – to avoid stifling the economic recovery of the UK...

Fundraising Challenge remembers colleague.

Staff at law firm Roythornes have stepped up to the fundraising challenge in memory of a colleague who died last year. Sarah Banner joined the firms Private Client team in November 2015 and soon made a positive impression with clients and staff alike. ...

Sustainability-focused law firm reduces carbon emissions by 45% during lockdown

Sustainability is firmly at the top of the agenda, from Boris Johnson’s ten-point plan for a green industrial revolution to Bill Gates’ new book “How to Avoid a Climate Disaster”. However, it is down to individuals and businesses to...

The impacts of the TCA on food and farming.

With the EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement signed and provisionally in force from 1 January, our agri-food specialists have written a series of articles to explain the implications of the TCA, and Brexit, for the food and farming sector. Julie Robinson,...

Promotions and expansion plans

Leading East Anglia and Midlands-based law firm Roythornes Solicitors has revealed details of six new partner promotions as its exciting expansion plans begin to take hold. Benjamin Smith , Emily Danson , Claire Hindmarsh , Hannah Leese , Alex...

Major appointment for leading lawyer

A leading agricultural lawyer at law firm Roythornes has been appointed to a prestigious new panel aimed at providing specialist advice to rural sector professionals. The Agricultural Law Association (ALA) is the UK’s largest inter-professional...
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