As of 1 October 2018, Whiteheads Solicitors has been acquired by Capsticks, the leading health, housing and social care law firm. 

This is the second housing acquisition by Capsticks: the first was the acquisition of the Coffin Mew Housing team in 2014. This move will deliver a further £1M turnover and aligns with the firm’s long-term plans for expansion in the social housing sector. Capsticks also took on four leading partners and their teams from Clarke Willmott last year.

Capsticks’ housing team is now one of the largest specialist housing teams operating across the UK. The team has 13 partners nationwide and a head count of over 60 housing specialists across all disciplines and geographic areas.

To see the full press release please click here.

To find out more about Capsticks' housing expertise please visit our housing section here.

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