- Meet the team
- David Elvin QC
- John Male QC
- Katharine Holland QC
- Zia Bhaloo QC
- David Holland QC
- Tim Morshead QC
- Tom Weekes QC
- Thomas Jefferies
- Nicholas Taggart
- Christopher Jacobs
- Camilla Lamont
- Toby Watkin
- Myriam Stacey
- Katherine Olley
- Galina Ward
- David Nicholls
- Aaron Walder
- Justin Bates
- Simon Allison
- Jonathan Wills
- Katrina Yates
- Jacqueline Lean
- Richard Clarke
- Katie Helmore
- Rupert Cohen
- Leon Glenister
- Yaaser Vanderman
- Matthew Dale-Harris
- Matthew Fraser
- Luke Wilcox
- Anjoli Foster
- Admas Habteslasie
- Miriam Seitler
- Matthew Henderson
- Brooke Lyne
- Ben Fullbrook
- Tom Morris
- Nicholas Grant
- Alex Shattock
- Kimberley Ziya
- Adverse Possession, Boundaries and Easements
- Agricultural Tenancies
- Business Tenancy Renewal
- Commercial Landlord and Tenant Disputes
- Contracts of Sale, Options and Rights of Pre-emption
- The Electronic Communications Code
- Estoppel and Equitable Rights
- Land Registration
- Leasehold Enfranchisement
- Mortgages, Charges, Charging Orders and Securitisation
- Nuisance and Environmental Disputes
- Party Walls
- Property Development
- Rating and Valuation
- Residential Tenancies
- Restrictive Covenants
- Rights to Light
- Squatters and Protesters
- Trusts of Land
- Village Greens, Commons and Manorial Rights
- Attorney General’s Panel of Counsel
- Court of Appeal to hear second case under the Electronic Communications Code
- Upper Tribunal determines relationship between Electronic Communications Code and 1954 Act
- Hussain and others v LB Waltham Forest  UKUT 339 (LC) Holgate J (President of the UT(LC)); Judge McGrath (President of the FTT(PC))
- Regent Wealth v Wiggins  UKUT 0310 (LC)
- Court of Appeal decides when premises become a “flat” for leasehold enfranchisement.
Extremely capable, confident, proactive and commercialChambers & Partners
With seven specialist QCs and 26 specialist juniors, the barristers in Landmark’s property law team have been widely viewed as amongst the best at the Bar for many years.
We pride ourselves on our ability to offer a comprehensive and user friendly service across all aspects of real estate law. Our expertise includes traditional land law matters, such as conveyancing disputes, mortgages and property finance, restrictive covenants and easements.
We also comprehensively cover all aspects of commercial landlord and tenant law and disputes involving private sector residential leaseholds.
By integrating our property expertise with Chambers’ expertise in planning and public law, we are a natural choice for private developers and those involved in public sector infrastructure projects.
In the wider property law sphere, our property practitioners are regularly involved in contractual disputes relating to property (particularly overage disputes), and cases of nuisance, trespass (including mass trespass) and the property related aspect of professional negligence law.
Individual members also have noted specialist expertise in, amongst other topics, rights of light, party walls, the Telecommunications Code, manorial rights and village greens and enfranchisement.
We have a strong commitment to alternative dispute resolution: our members include acknowledged leaders in the field of rent review arbitration and expert determination. A number of property practitioners are also qualified as arbitrators, mediators and are on the list of Counsel to be appointed by the Chairman of the Bar Council to act as independent experts.
The most recent Chambers & Partners states that “the barristers are all extremely capable, confident, proactive and commercial. They guide you to the right results and they know their subjects inside-out.” It also states that “the clerks are very approachable, extremely helpful and they make good suggestions.”
The 2018 Legal 500 describes our property barristers as “set apart by their speed of delivery, and willingness to work as a team and develop good relationships’. “.
Currently eight of our silks and 11 of our juniors are rated as leading practitioners in this field.
The 2016 Chambers & Partners UK Bar Awards named Landmark as real estate set of the year whilst Camilla Lamont was named Real Estate Junior of the Year at the 2017 Chambers & Partners UK Bar Awards, as was Tom Weekes QC in 2014 whilst David Holland QC was Real Estate Silk of the year in 2013.
With the recent recruitment of Zia Bhaloo QC and Rupert Cohen, the property team at Landmark is going form strength to strength.
- Recent Cases
- Aldford House Freehold Ltd v Grosvenor (Mayfair) Estate and K Group Inc  EWCA Civ 1848
- Regent Wealth v Wiggins  UKUT 0310 (LC)
- Wenghold Ltd v Egleton  UKUT 320 (LC)
- York House (Chelsea) Limited v Thompson  EWHC 2203 (Ch)
- Plantation Wharf Management Ltd v Fairman & Ors  UKUT 236 (LC)