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Anthony Gold

Living Wage
THE COUNTING HOUSE, 53 TOOLEY STREET, LONDON BRIDGE CITY, LONDON, SE1 2QN, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 020 7940 4000
Fax:
Fax 020 7378 8025
DX:
39915 LONDON BRIDGE SOUTH
Email:
Web:
www.anthonygold.co.uk
London SE1, London SE17, London SW16
Anthony Gold, Andrew Brookes, London SE1, ENGLAND

Andrew Brookes

Tel:
Work 020 7940 4000
Email:
Anthony Gold

Work Department

Housing, property litigation, public law.

Position

Partner handles all types of property law particularly residential housing; also relevant judicial review.

Career

Articled Anthony Gold; qualified 1994; assistant solicitor 1994-97; partner 1997; editorial board member of ‘Journal of Housing Law’.

Member

Former chair of Housing Law Practitioners Association.

Education

Ridings High School; Trinity College, Oxford (BA 1st Class Hons); College of Law, Guildford.

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