Natalie Thomas


Natalie has comprehensive experience in property litigation, acting for property investment trusts and companies, pension funds, local authorities, registered providers and individuals in relation to a wide range of leasehold, development, commercial property and residential property matters. 

Natalie has comprehensive experience in property litigation, acting for property investment trusts and companies, pension funds, local authorities, registered providers and individuals in relation to a wide range of leasehold, development, commercial property and residential property matters.

Work includes Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 issues, break notices, recovery of rent and service charge arrears, squatters and adverse possession, and dilapidations. Also rights to light, easements, and restrictive covenants.

Historically with an emphasis on residential work within the social housing sector Natalie continues to do a lot of disrepair litigation for local authorities and registered providers. She also assists on other residential matters such a possession, injunctions, antisocial behaviour and access issues.

Natalie regularly provides training on a variety of issues.

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The Homes (Fitness for Habitation and Liability for Housing Standards) Bill

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Homelessness: equality duty and suitability

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The Homelessness Reduction Bill 

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