Blacks Solicitors Helps Leeds Mental Health Charity Secure Lease on New Headquarters

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Leeds based, Blacks Solicitors, has recently advised mental health charity, Battle Scars, on signing a new lease for a headquarters in Leeds.

The new 7,500 st foot office will enable the charity to acquire its first ever premises and also create opportunities for other non-profit organisations and charities in Leeds to thrive. Battle Scars is a dedicated survivor-led charity, offering local, regional, national and international support around self-harm.

Through the newly secured lease in Millshaw Park Way, Battle Scars has gained a pre-approved Licence to Occupy, empowering the charity to extend the range of the support it can offer to similar organisations and services, providing a dynamic environment for collaboration and collective action.

Driven by its commitment to community wellbeing, Battle Scars sought a headquarters to serve as a hub for mental health support. The vision has since extended beyond its own organisation and aims to create a welcoming space for other mental health charities regionally to utilise.

Blacks Solicitors’ Real Estate team assisted the Battle Scars team on the acquisition of the new lease. Headed-up by Nick Dyson, supported by Jennifer Gillespie, Senior Associate, and Samuel Morgan-Wynee, Paralegal, the team’s expertise in agreeing leases ensured a successful execution of the deal, highlighting the firm’s commitment to facilitating impactful community initiatives.

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Nick Dyson, Partner in the Real Estate team at Blacks Solicitors, commented: “We are delighted to support a local mental health charity doing incredible work within the community, which is increasingly needed. The deal will not only help Battle Scars to widen its support, it will also create a space where other charities can collaborate and provide further services to communities in Leeds and beyond.”

Jenny Groves, Chief Executive Officer at Battle Scars, added: “We are so excited with the opportunity to create the Onward Mental Health Hub. We are so grateful to have received the expert guidance from Blacks Solicitors in this endeavour.”

Jonathan Shires from the landlord, Munroe K, commented: “It’s a privilege to be able to support such a wonderful charity as Battle Scars and to help them achieve their dreams. It is a great asset to our wider White Rose Park community and we look forward to supporting its wonderful work for many years.”

The previous landlord was represented by the law firm, Pennington Manches Cooper.

Battle Scars is just one of the charities represented by Blacks. Other charitable organisations the firm works with include Getaway Girls, Millenium Support Limited, People Matters, St George’s Crypt and RSPCA.

For further information about Battle Scars, please visit: www.battle-scars-self-harm.org.uk.

More details about Blacks Solicitors are available at www.lawblacks.com.

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