Partner and Head of Property Litigation
Natasha has experience in all areas of commercial and residential property litigation with particular expertise in residential disputes and leasehold enfranchisement. Natasha also heads up the Forsters Enfranchisement Team.
She advises and acts for estates, charities, commercial landlords and management companies primarily in London. She also acts for both landlords and tenants in relation to enfranchisement claims and enfranchisement related litigation including professional negligence claims.
Natasha joined Forsters from Pinsent Masons in 2001 and became a partner in 2008.
Natasha is on the contributory board of the Property Law Journal and regularly speaks at conferences and seminars on residential property litigation and enfranchisement.
Law Society; Property Litigation Association.
Rugby School, Warwickshire; University of Edinburgh (1989 BSc Psychology).
Cycling, reading and tennis.
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Natasha Rees – Forsters LLP
Forsters LLP‘s ‘knowledgeable and friendly‘ team led by residential property and leasehold enfranchisement specialist Natasha Rees is well placed to handle the full spectrum of commercial, residential and enfranchisement work including disputes at the interface of property rights and the right to privacy, as recently demonstrated by representing the residents of the NEO Bankside development in their nuisance and human rights claim against Tate Modern. Other instructions from institutional investors, real estate investment funds, corporates and developers routinely involve rights to light matters, CVAs and telecom sector issues. Commercial property litigator Jonathan Ross is another key figure of the team as is senior associate and ‘future heavyweight in the making‘ Anna Mullins; she has been particularly active in landlord and tenant issues.