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Buckles Solicitors LLP

Living Wage
GRANT HOUSE, 101 BOURGES BOULEVARD, PETERBOROUGH, PE1 1NG, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 01733 888888
Fax:
Fax 01733 888999
Email:
Web:
www.buckles-law.co.uk
London, Nottingham, Peterborough, Stamford

Gail Sykes

Tel:
Work 01733 888794
Email:
Buckles Solicitors LLP

Work Department

Dispute resolution, property litigation, social housing.

Position

Gail is a partner at Buckles and is head of the housing department. She has particular expertise in housing litigation and housing management law, she is an experienced advocate who regularly and successfully represents her clients in court proceedings. Gail assists clients with possession proceedings, injunctions, demotion proceedings and ASBOs. Gail regularly speaks at national and regional housing conferences and provides bespoke training for her clients.

Career

Trained Greenwoods Solicitors LLP; qualified 1997; solicitor Greenwoods Solicitors LLP 1997-2004; associate director/partner 2004-08; partner Buckles Solicitors LLP 2008 to date.

Member

Social Housing Law Association (SHLA).

Education

Hemel Hempstead School; Nottingham University (1986 BA Hons history); De Montfort University (1994 CPE commendation; 1995 LPC distinction).

Leisure

Travel, scuba diving, buy-to-let property portfolio.


East Anglia: Real estate

Social housing

Within: Leading individuals

Gail Sykes - Buckles Solicitors LLP

Within: Social housing

Buckles Solicitors LLP is the leading firm in Peterborough for social housing matters. It acts for a wide range of Registered Providers across East Anglia, the West Midlands, and the East Midlands. Gail Sykes leads a practice that currently acts for more than 65 social housing providers in diverse matters including anti-social behaviour claims and possession disputes in the High Court, as well as planning, construction and property matters.

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