• I am a housing management lawyer and a member of the firm's Housing and Property Dispute Resolution team. I specialise in all aspects of housing management including anti-social behaviour, tenancy breach, subletting, hoarding and debt recovery.

    I have worked in the social housing sector for the past ten years, acting for both registered providers and for tenants/defendants. Whilst working for tenants, I have had experience acting for very vulnerable and disadvantaged individuals in all aspects of housing litigation including possession and anti-social behaviour proceedings. My work with tenants has given me an in-depth knowledge of public funding, as well the law relating to homelessness, allocations and disrepair.

    I am an experienced advocate and frequently provide representation for clients in County Court proceedings. I have a legal aid background and acted for tenants for many years before joining Bevan Brittan. This experience has given me great insight and in-depth knowledge which I now utilise to support social landlords.

    The majority of my work is for Local Authorities and Housing Associations in managing their housing stock. I also regularly act for the NHS, supported accommodation providers and private organisations.

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