Access to specialist legal advice for Scaffolding Association members with Holmes & Hills Solicitors

Members of the Scaffolding Association can now access expert legal advice from Holmes & Hills Solicitors – a large law firm with a team offering Construction Law expertise to developers, main contractors, sub-contractors and consultants.

Some of the Holmes & Hills Solicitors’ specialist Construction Team have worked with the Scaffolding Association for several years and have advised, represented and trained a number of members.

Holmes & Hills’ formalised partnership with the Scaffolding Association gives members:

  • Free initial legal consultations upon renewal and joining
  • Preferential legal fees
  • Success-linked fee structures
  • Direct access to specialist construction solicitors
  • Fixed-fee, specialist contract reviews and drafting
  • Access to legal guidance notes available on the Association website
  • Access to training throughout the year

Solicitors at Holmes & Hills can assist with:

  • Successfully recovering monies relating to unpaid invoices/applications
  • Disputed variations and delay claims
  • Extra hire disputes
  • Strengthening terms and conditions
  • Reviewing and advising on contracts

Sam Bawden, Partner and Head of the Construction Team commented:

“Holmes & Hills Solicitors is pleased to be working in partnership with the Scaffolding Association as it continues to grow and we share the Association’s objective of supporting all companies, regardless of size, that are operating within the scaffolding and access industry.”

Stacey Underhill, Head of External Affairs at the Scaffolding Association added:

“The Scaffolding Association is delighted to formalise our relationship.

I encourage members to contact Holmes & Hills if they have any commercial issues that are causing concern or if they’d like a review of their contracts, as the first conversation is absolutely free.”

IMAGE: Sam Bawden and Lawrence Pearce of the Holmes & Hills Construction Team

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