Anneli Robins > Chambers of Timothy Straker QC and Satinder Hunjan QC > London, England > Lawyer Profile

Chambers of Timothy Straker QC and Satinder Hunjan QC
4-5 Gray's Inn Square
LONDON
WC1R 5AH
England

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Barrister

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London Bar > Social housing

(Leading Juniors)Ranked: Tier 4

Anneli Robins4-5 Gray’s Inn SquareTenacious and committed to every instruction – her strengths are her knowledge of the law and of people, and the ability to work well with her clients.’

The barristers at 4-5 Gray’s Inn Square advise on the full range of social housing issues and are ‘absolutely brilliant, thrive to set case law and always happy to assist‘. The set has recently established a notable reputation for fire safety and cladding issues following significant involvement in the Grenfell inquiry and members of the set, Andrew Dymond among others, representing bereaved and survivors of the disaster. In 2020, Christopher Baker successfully defended Agudas Israel Housing Association before the Supreme Court in R (on the application of Z) v Hackney LBC, a challenge brought by a concerning the allocation properties in Stamford Hill specifically fitted out for the needs of Orthodox Jews. Toby Vanhegan has been involved in a number of cases concerning the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on housing and homelessness, such as in Bankole-Jones v Watford BC, concerning the interpretation of priority need. Also noteworthy, Anneli Robins was involved in Croydon LBC v Kalonga, a case concerning the ejection of anti-social tenants on flexible tenancies, which do not generally have forfeiture clauses.