Landmark Chambers' panel discussion - The Leasehold and Freehold Reform Bill

Past event

Tuesday 06 February 2024

Landmark Chambers invites you to a panel discussion on The Leasehold and Freehold Reform Bill on 6 February 2024.


Introduced on 27 November 2023, the Bill is currently at the committee stage with the committee due to report on 1 February 2024. Join us the following week to discover and discuss the most up to date position.

A significant number of Landmark’s barristers have worked as part of the Law Commission’s various teams on its Residential Leasehold and Commonhold project, the project which led to the introduction of the Bill. This event, which is intended to be both informative and interactive, draws on their unique perspective. Our panellists will share their thoughts, insights, highlights, and lowlights, both as regards the Bill’s content and its omissions, before opening the discussion up to the floor.

This will take place as a hybrid event. However, in person attendance is highly recommended so that delegates can meet the speakers and enjoy complimentary refreshments. In person attendees are invited to arrive at 4.30pm for light refreshments and to be seated ahead of the live broadcast. Please note, places for in-person attendance are limited and the event will not be recorded so please make sure you attend on the day if you register.


**The virtual aspect of this event will be hosted on Zoom, please visit to read Zoom’s privacy policy. Landmark Chambers’ privacy notice may be accessed here. Participation is free of charge however, advance registration is required. Please note that participants will receive the joining instructions by email prior to the event.**

Date and time

Tuesday 06 February 2024 | 17:00 - 19:00




Chaired by leasehold enfranchisement specialist, Tom Jefferies, the panel will include:

  • Ellodie Gibbons, part-time Lawyer on the Leasehold Enfranchisement team with particular responsibility for valuation
  • Justin Bates, former Lawyer and consultant, Right to Manage team
  • Simon Allison, leading specialist in leasehold management disputes
  • Kimberley Ziya, former Research Assistant, Leasehold Enfranchisement team
  • Rebecca Sage, former Lawyer, Right to Manage and Leasehold Enfranchisement teams.

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