The housebuilder was previously assisted by around a dozen firms.
One adviser said his firm was pleased to make the three-year panel, adding: “They’ve tried to control legal costs. They had a larger number of firms that they were using before.”
The housebuilder came about from the merger of George Wimpey and Taylor Woodrow in 2007. Eversheds was a legacy adviser to Taylor Woodrow, while George Wimpey tended to rely more on in-house expertise.