26 10 2023
Mattie Green joins Landmark Chambers’ property group
Mattie is a specialist property barrister with particular expertise in commercial landlord and tenant, residential landlord and tenant and real property disputes.
Mattie enjoys a busy court practice before a variety of tribunals and regularly appears as sole counsel in the High Court, the County Court, and the First-Tier Tribunal. She has also been led in the Upper Tribunal and the Court of Appeal.
In 2023, Mattie appeared as sole counsel in an appeal concerning the Leasehold Reform, Housing and Urban Development Act 1993 and the Civil Procedure Rules (Peterson and Blake v Howard de Walden Estates Limited  EWHC 929 (KB). Mattie successfully represented the landlord at first instance and on appeal. Mattie was also junior counsel in Dell v 89 Holland Park Management Ltd  UKUT 169 (LC), acting for the successful appellants.
Other recent work includes:
Mattie also has experience with professional negligence claims in relation to high-value mixed-use development projects.
Before coming to the Bar, Mattie worked in the construction team at a London-based law firm and gained experience in relation to high-value mixed-use and commercial developments, cladding disputes, adjudication, and contractual disputes.
Recent cases and advisory matters have included the following:
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