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Anthony Gold Solicitors LLP
THE COUNTING HOUSE, 53 TOOLEY STREET
LONDON BRIDGE CITY
LONDON
SE1 2QN
England

Living Wage

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Work Department

Housing and Property Disputes

Position

Partner within the Housing and Property Disputes team specialising in all aspects of housing and property litigation including defective new build issues, complex disrepair, homelessness and possession cases. Also specialising in judicial review, particularly in relation to housing cases, and commercial property litigation.

Career

Qualified in March 2009. Joined Anthony Gold in September 2010.

Memberships

Co-Chair of the Law Society’s Housing Law Committee, member of the Housing Law Practitioners Association (HLPA) (former HLPA Executive Committee member).

Education

BA (Hons) Politics & Modern History, University of Manchester. Graduate Diploma in Law and Legal Practice Course, College of Law, London.

Leisure

Enjoys spending time with her children.

Lawyer Rankings

London > Real estate > Social housing: tenant

(Next Generation Partners)

Sara StephensAnthony Gold Solicitors LLP

Anthony Gold Solicitors LLP is ‘one of the best firms out there for social housing work‘ acting for tenants. The ‘excellent firm‘ with its ‘strong team and excellent partners‘ provides ‘experience in all types of social housing litigation‘, such as possession claims, tenancy deposit disputes, fire safety remediation works, licensing issues as well as group litigation. Practice head Andrew Brookes has a ‘wealth of knowledge and experience in housing litigation‘ and ‘is excellent when it comes to negotiating settlements in disrepair cases‘. Giles Peaker is hugely experienced in cases concerning homelessness, possession and property guardians and ‘is absolutely at the top of his game‘. Complex disrepair group claims are frequently handled by Sara Stephens, who is noted for her ‘excellent client care‘, and Timothy Waitt provides ‘clear and concise‘ advice when prosecuting and defending criminal cases dealing with housing conditions, among others.