Wednesday 28th September 2022
Venue: The Holiday Inn, Morn hill, Telegraph Way, Winchester SO21 1HZ (map)
1:00 – Registration & Refreshments
1:30 – Seminar commences
3:00 – Refreshment break
3:15 – Seminar recommences
4:30 – Q&A session
4.45 – Seminar concludes
Please note as part of chambers ongoing commitment to The Greener Litigation Pledge and our efforts towards reducing our environmental impact, our Annual Property Law Update Winchester Conference will be paperless. Please click the links below to access and download the notes which accompany the talks:
Ezra Macdonald is the head of the our property team and regularly provides advice and representation in property disputes, both residential landlord & tenant, and disputes involving commercial property. Ezra also deals with a range of issues relating to the sale of property, professional negligence actions against conveyancers, and leasehold enfranchisement.
Stephen Jones has a civil practice, with particular emphasis on property related work. He has appeared in a number of significant reported cases concerning commercial leases. He is also frequently instructed in cases concerning landlord and tenant (both business and residential), contracts for sale of land, boundary disputes, adverse possession, easements and restrictive covenants.
Julian Reed practices in the areas of family and civil law, specialising in areas where the two disciplines overlap. He has a substantial financial provision practice dealing with businesses, farming disputes, companies and partnerships. He is regularly asked to advise and represent clients, particularly former cohabitees, on the existence and extent of beneficial interests in land whether under express, resulting or constructive trusts.
Adam Gadd is currently junior counsel to the Grenfell Tower Inquiry. He acts in a wide range of property disputes including real estate transactions and commercial and residential landlord and tenant issues. He regularly advises landlords, tenants, landowners and developers on matters such as, leasehold enfranchisement, leasehold disputes whether business or residential including variation and interpretation, procedural aspects of property litigation, easements and tortious actions arising out of land.
Oliver Foy joined Chambers in September 2020 following the successful completion of pupillage. He is building a broad common law practice and accepts instructions across all areas of Chambers’ work. Ollie provides advice and representation for a varied range of property matters, both residential and commercial. Ollie has an academic interest in this area and enjoys applying the underlying legal concepts for the benefit of his clients.