Landmark Chambers is a leading chambers for nuisance cases.


A team of barristers at Landmark Chambers were on the winning side of the leading modern case about nuisance (Fearn v Tate [2023]), a ground-breaking decision establishing that a “visual intrusion” (caused by a viewing gallery at Tate Modern) was a nuisance to neighbouring flats and reviewing the general law relating to nuisance.

Our barristers frequently act in nuisance cases concerning developments - arising from such things as noise, dust, vibrations, flooding, or subsidence. In Timothy Taylor v Mayfair the issue was whether, when carrying out a development, a landlord had breached a covenant for quiet enjoyment contained in a lease. Our barristers have also acted for the MOD in cases about noise from military aircraft (Dennis v MOD [2003] and Jones v MOD [2022]); smells from a food manufacturer (Hirose v Peak); Japanese knotweed (Network Rail v Williams); tree roots; bamboo; and animals (including dogs, cockerels and even badgers).

Practice Managers

Contact our friendly and helpful Practice Managers for more information about our barristers and services or to make an enquiry.

Ben Connor

Practice Director

020 7421 2483

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Kevin Squires

Senior Practice Manager

020 7421 1351

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Michael Gooch

Senior Practice Manager

020 7421 1305

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Jason Allen

Senior Practice Manager

020 7421 1306

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Jonathan Barley

Practice Manager

020 7421 2480

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Richard Bolton

Senior Practice Manager

020 7421 1392

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Charlotte Hockney

Assistant Practice Manager

020 7421 1303

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