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Social Housing Associations

Social Housing Associations

The environment in which you as a social housing association operate is constantly changing. Concepts such as sustainability, digitalisation and the availability of sufficient affordable housing demand your attention and in order to address these challenges responsibly, it’s important to minimise legal risks. TRIP Law is on hand to give you expert advice.

New houses, new rules

A lot of demands are made of you nowadays. Take for instance the importance of a correct governance structure, and the increasing emphasis on circular procurement and circular construction. However, we shouldn’t forget that you also have to deal with the day-to-day affairs of renting your housing. Our specialised lawyers and civil-law notaries have extensive experience in both sides of your work. Whether you have questions about an eviction or about a sustainable construction project, you can always rely on the same team.

At home with social housing associations

Our sector team of lawyers is happy to provide clear and practical advice on:

  • the organisation of your governance structure
  • the realisation of sustainable and circular construction projects
  • the Housing Act
  • the Quality Assurance (Building Sector) Act
  • the integration of projects into spatial planning
  • tenancy law
  • evictions
  • hemp cultivation, drug nuisance and other matters concerning public order

The assurance of advice that will work

If you need help on any of the areas listed above, or if you need other legal advice regarding social housing associations, then feel free to contact one of the sector experts at TRIP Law. We’ll then discuss your issue and the right approach, so that we know which specialist is best for you and so you know what to expect. Together, we get the best results.

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