Housing law - Chambers UK

The comments below are taken from Chambers UK. Chambers Guides have been ranking the best law firms and lawyers since 1990.

Acts for clients on all aspects of housing law, particularly in relation to homelessness, policy challenges, unlawful evictions, disrepair and possession. Highlighted for dealing with proceedings arising as a result of under-occupancy charges. Delivers training to homelessness charities and other organisations, such as food banks. (2016)

Amy Tagoe is reputed for her knowledge on homelessness. One client notes: "She's good, very good and very experienced." (2016)

Handles a range of complex tenant issues across the North West. Often retained on possession claims, homelessness, disrepair, community care and welfare benefits. Sources praise the team of experienced paralegals. (2015)

"The team has an excellent way of dealing with vulnerable clients, working out ways of communication in difficult cases." (2015)

"The team keeps the confidence of the client and really does provide a service for them." (2015)

Client service: 'They're really effective in acting for tenants. They will fight tooth and nail for their clients.' (2014)

Market standing: 'They're one of the largest legal aid firms'. 'We often come across them acting for tenants. They're a real presence in this sector.' (2014)

Client service: Strong presence in the North West of England. Handles a range of tenant issues, including possession claims, homelessness, community care and welfare. (2014)

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