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Specialist Property & Planning Barristers

Our property and planning barristers specialise in all matters relating to real estate, offering expert advice, representation, and dispute resolution in areas such as property transactions, landlord-tenant disputes, planning and land law.

Planning and property
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Available 24/7

Our barrister booking service is always on, so it's available when you need it

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Consistent value

Our fees are as reliably consistent as our excellent service, so no surprises on your next instruction.

4-Nov-08-2023-11-45-21-5915-AM

National representation

We have representation in every court in England and Wales and offices in every major conurbation.

Areas of Property & Planning Law

Adverse possession
Boundary disputes
Commons
Conveyancing issues and disputes
Easements

Land registrations
Landlord & tenant
Mortgages
Nuisance
Planning & Infrastructure

Possession proceedings
Public Law issues
Restrictive Covenants
Trespass
Trusts of Land
Village Greens

Our Specialist Property & Planning Barristers

Christopher Cant

Christopher Cant


Called in 1973
Community Infrastructure
Assets of Community Value

Harry Angelides

Harry Angelides


Called in 1987
Landlord & Tenant Disputes
Inheritance
Overseas Property Disputes & Tax

Samuel Waritay

Samuel Waritay


Called in 1993
Adverse posession
Breach of Covenant
Public Access Accredited

Simon Barnes

Simon Barnes


Called in 1999
Planning & Environment
Local Government
Public Access Accredited

Ian Skeate

Ian Skeate


Called in 2002
Community Infrastructure
Assets of Community Value

Tina Kumar-Jacob

Tina Kumar-Jacob


Called in 2002
Real Property & Mortgages
Landlord & Tenant Matters

Simon Bell

Simon Bell


Called in 2003
Planning and Public Law
Infrastructure Projects

Andrew McKie

Andrew Mckie


Called in 2011
Landlord and Tenant
Housing Disrepair
Public Access Accredited

Mark Howells

Mark Howells


Called in 2019
Planning Applications
Planning & Environmental Law
Public Access Accredited

Meet the team

Our TBG Property and Planning team are here to help you with any and all of your requirements. Greg and Abi lead the team that can work with you on any instruction. 

Greg Speller
Greg Speller

Senior Clerk

Abigail Cox
Abigail Cox

Deputy Senior Clerk

Let’s talk

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Or if you’d prefer to speak to someone now, you can call us on 01823 247 247

 

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