Housing management and litigation


The increasing volume and complexity of regulation makes the role of housing professionals a challenging one. We are adept at finding ways of overcoming familiar and new challenges for our clients.

Our contentious work sees us dealing with issues such as, but not limited to, contested and uncontested anti-social behaviour and breach of tenancy possession and injunction cases, failed succession issues, defending disrepair claims and Environmental Protection Act statutory nuisance prosecutions and so on. In relation to our non-contentious work we deliver training, advise on policies, procedures and the review and drafting of tenancy agreements.

We are flexible in our service delivery and seek to complement the in-house capabilities of our clients where these exist. Our aim is to build long-term relationships with our clients rather than make short-term gains. We achieve this by helping you to obtain excellent outcomes, ensuring value for money through a competitive and clear pricing structure and by genuinely adding great value to the relationship.

In brief

  • Advise landlords on full spectrum of tenancy issues 
  • Build long-term relationships rather than make short-term gains
  • Flexible service delivery
  • Excellent outcomes
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Leasehold reform update – Part 1

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Quarterly Housing Update – Summer 2019

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Trowers comments: When builders become landlords

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Social housing rents from April 2020

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Mental health and anti-social behaviour

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Equality Act 2010 and suspension of warrants

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