Whoever you are, the likelihood is that you have an interest in property, either as an owner occupier, a tenant or an investor.

The advice provided by our property litigation lawyers can take many forms. It can relate to a dispute arising out of the landlord and tenant relationship, including lease renewals and rent reviews. It may also include advice to protect interests in land owned by third parties, or strategic advice to developers who are considering acquiring a site for development.

Our Property Litigation Team acts for a wide range of clients including private individuals, partnerships, trusts, registered social landlords and corporate clients in both the public and private sectors, providing essential support to what clients and legal commentators consider to be one of the largest and best regarded property departments in the East of England. The depth and range of the team's expertise enables us to provide our clients with fast and cost-effective solutions on all manner of property disputes ranging from the straightforward to the most complex.

The team also provides advice on a host of other property related matters including planning, licensing, judicial review, compulsory purchase, public rights of way, common land and village greens.

We consistently seek pragmatic solutions to problems and wholeheartedly support alternative means of reaching such solutions if they result in costs and time being minimised. Our team has vast experience of High Court and County Court litigation, as well as all forms of alternative dispute resolution. All our staff are encouraged to recognise those cases which may benefit from mediation and we have participated in a number of mediations with a high degree of success.

Our clients can be assured that whatever the issue we will provide constructive and commercial advice, ensuring the client's long term objectives can be achieved as quickly and as cost effectively as possible.

Top Ranked Chambers UK 2017  Top Tier Legal 500 2015

The team works well together and finds the best balance of the commercial and legal issues I have seen.

Chambers UK 2017