Property in Regional Bar
3PB is active across the property litigation space, with members acting for a range of clients on boundaries and easements disputes, as well as social housing, restrictive covenants, and land registration disputes.
Guildhall Chambers' property team is praised by instructing solicitors for the 'vast array of expertise' available, with some feeling that the set 'can and does give London sets a run for their money.' Notable areas of work include agriculture, boundaries and easements, and possession claims. Tim Walsh departed chambers to sit as a district judge.
At Magdalen Chambers, Russell James, and Natasha Bellinger are recommended for possession claims and other housing matters including exclusion orders, tenancy regulations, and anti-social behaviour. James is also notable for his expertise in homelessness matters and recently represented a tenant in the Court of Appeal, in a case involving a possession claim against the client's fixed-term tenancy, which centred on the correct interpretation of sections 21(1A) and 21(1B) of the Housing Act 1988.
St John's Chambers property group is home to a large number of specialist members, who are experienced in commercial, agricultural, and residential property cases. In a recent highlight, Leslie Blohm QC and John Sharples recently acted for the respondent in the easements case of Haddock v Churston Golf Club.