Jamie Kidd > Howes Percival LLP > Norwich, England > Lawyer Profile

Howes Percival LLP

Work Department

Property litigation.


Jamie is a partner and advises on contentious property issues encompassing residential, commercial and agricultural land. He has detailed experience in relation to asset management concerns such as rent review and dilapidations, development and joint venture disputes, and the impact of insolvency. Jamie has a particular interest in overage, rights of light, rights of way, adverse possession and enfranchisement. Jamie has enjoyed success before the LVT, the HMLR Adjudicator, the High Court, Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court. Jamie contributes to the Property Law Journal and is a member of the Property Litigation Association.


Prettys 2000-05; Eversheds LLP 2005-10; Forsters LLP 2010-11; partner Howes Percival LLP 2011 to date.


Property Litigation Association.

Lawyer Rankings

East Anglia > Real estate > Property litigation

(Leading individuals)

Jamie KiddHowes Percival LLP

Litigation is the largest practice at Howes Percival LLP and property litigation accounts for a significant proportion of its work. Jamie Kidd in Norwich and Simon Murphy in Cambridge co-lead the practice. Kidd’s team focuses on land and development issues for clients including the Ministry of Defence and Ford Retail. It also acts for landed estates and major housing associations. Murphy oversees the firm’s work on landlord and tenant matters. Among his clients are Greene King and Cambridge University. Cambridge-based senior associate Leanne Davis is one to watch.

East Anglia > Real estate > Social housing

Howes Percival LLP has a multi-disciplinary social housing team that has strength and depth in property transactions, development work and contentious matters. the firm has a strong following across East Anglia, having advised on numerous golden brick agreements, development purchases and site assembly matters. Housing management specialist Simon Murphy in Cambridge leads the practice, which calls upon property development partner Michaela Henson. In Norwich, property litigator Jamie Kidd and new hire from Leathes Prior Christopher Cubitt, who is a commercial property partner, also act for RPs.