Members of Chambers have considerable experience in housing law from possession proceedings and emergency applications to appeals and judicial review.
Clients range from local authorities, registered providers of social housing (formerly known as registered social landlords) and mutual housing co-operatives to tenants and housing applicants.
Members of Chambers can provide advice, drafting and advocacy in the following areas:
In addition Lamb Chambers can provide training and seminars in housing law. Talks have been on the following topics: Homelessness, Judicial Review, the Localism Act 2011 and the Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders (LASPO) Act 2012.
The Supreme Court has handed down its landmark decision on the meaning of ‘intention’ in grounds F and G of section 30(1) of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954, changing a test that has been essentially settled since the 1950s.
The first workshop in the established practitioners series starts this Wednesday, 7 November 2018 at 6pm. Have you registered?
In Paragon Asra Housing Limited v James Neville  EWCA 1712, 26 July 2018, the Court of Appeal considered the application by a disabled tenant to suspend a warrant of eviction.
Mr Khan had granted a twelve-month assured shorthold tenancy to the Claimant’s husband in June 2014. In March 2015 the husband left the property and disappeared.
In Baker v Craggs  EWCA Civ 1126, the Court of Appeal restored some clarity to a number of fundamental concepts in conveyancing registered land.