Ranked in Chambers 2018 Guide as Band 1 National Leaders outside London, we are one of the largest UK Real Estate Disputes Teams.

With a proven track record in Court, as well as at tribunals, mediation and arbitration, our expertise encompasses all aspects of Commercial, Residential and Agricultural Property Disputes.

Working collaboratively, we understand your business and commercial objectives. Our focus on excellent client service, and our wide expertise, experience and strategic acumen enables us to provide you with advice aimed at solving problem issues. We pride ourselves on finding pragmatic, commercial solutions, helping you avoid becoming embroiled in unnecessary, expensive disputes and achieving optimum resolutions for you.

With a deep sector understanding, our advice spans the full range of property and landlord and tenant disputes - from multi-million pound arbitrations to lease renewals. We are particularly recognised for our work in the retail, rail, residential, renewables, marine and agricultural sectors

Our clients include major PLCs with national property portfolios (both landlords and tenants), retailers, house builders, financial institutions, landed estates, telecommunication companies, property management companies, social housing providers, government departments and public bodies, as well as smaller commercial property clients.

    "The service is really first class; the teams are all very well briefed so that any one person can assist me. The partners are very engaged in the day-to-day goings on."  

    Chambers 2018

    "The team provides excellent legal advice. They have a very good balance of senior and more junior fee earners, which means that they are able to provide high-quality legal advice and excellent value for money. They know their clients well and take the time to liaise with other disciplines to ensure that any legal issues raised are solved efficiently." 

    Chambers 2018

    "They provide timely, relevant advice, they understand the business and are always friendly." 

    Chambers 2018