Rebecca is a Senior Associate in our real estate disputes team in London. She acts for a variety of clients in the Real Estate & Infrastructure sector, with a particular specialism in residential and mixed-use property.
Rebecca acts for a number of investors, developers, student accommodation providers and local authorities on complex issues affecting their residential and mixed-use premises. She advises on all aspects of residential property law, such as leasehold enfranchisement, tenants’ rights of first refusal and all aspects of residential asset management, including service charge disputes and possession proceedings.
Rebecca has also developed a niche expertise in advising on property issues which arise in the private rented and build-to-rent sectors.
In addition, Rebecca has advised both landlords and corporate occupiers on a broad range of commercial landlord and tenant matters. Her experience includes advising in relation to breaches of tenant covenants, dilapidations, lease renewals, break clauses and forfeiture, as well as acting and advising commercial property developers on wider vacant possession strategies.
Rebecca provides commercially focussed training to clients on both residential and commercial property issues as well as writing articles for industry publications, such as the Property Law Journal and Property Week.
Rebecca is a member of the Property Litigation Association and Women in Property.