LBLA grows membership for 8th successive year
Redbridge and Greenwich have become the latest London Authorities to join the London Boroughs’ Legal Alliance in a move that sees the LBLA grow its full membership to 20.
The London Borough of Redbridge is a new member of the Association. Fiona Alderman, Head of Legal & Constitutional Services at Redbridge, comments:
“Having experienced membership of the LBLA in my previous role at Brent, I understood the value that it can bring. I was keen for Redbridge to join in order to take advantage of all the fantastic advantages the LBLA offers. Not only access to the excellent value for money frameworks, but also its first rate training programme, and additional benefits that have a real impact.”
Greenwich has been an Associate member since October 2016, which gave them access to the innovative Barristers' framework. They have now opted to take full membership, which provides access to the complete range of member benefits including the Solicitors' framework, Legal Libraries framework, and a substantial training programme that caters to the direct needs of members.
Helen Edwards, Client Services Director for Kennedy Cater sums up the unique nature of the LBLA:
‘Time and again the LBLA proves that it is a force to be reckoned with in its approach to local government authorities tackling the twin requirements of innovation in procurement practice and driving down the of costs in legal expenditure. The ever growing membership and strong management of the frameworks will continue to make the LBLA an asset to residents across London.’
All London local authorities are able to join the LBLA, or simply access its Solicitors and/or Barristers Frameworks. Please contact Helen Edwards, at Kennedy Cater for further details on 020 7113 4020 or email: email@example.com.