Doug Rhodes


Doug acts for clients across the public and private sectors, including residential and commercial property developers and property companies, housing associations, public authorities, title indemnity insurers, institutional pension funds, private individuals, entrepreneurs and occupiers of commercial and residential property.

He specialises in development disputes (e.g restrictive covenants, adverse possession, rights of way, party wall issues), rights of light, service charges and leasehold management, contentious trusts, land transaction disputes and commercial and residential landlord and tenant.

Doug regularly speaks at conferences and contributes articles to industry publications on property law issues.

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Supreme Court backs tenant in landmark decision on ground (f) of section 30(1) of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954

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Making a mint – can tenants release their rights to light?

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Water rates collection – where are we now?

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Going out of fashion? Rent concession arrangements and penalty clauses

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Building affordable housing in breach of restrictive covenants – a great leap forward?

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How “vacant” must a property be for vacant possession to have been given?

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