Leasehold London 2022
Leasehold London is where you will find everything you need to know about the leasehold sector.

With the challenge of ever changing rules and regulations across Leasehold it is important to put time aside to update and review.

Our plenary sessions will give you an overview of industry reforms, and choice of workshops enables you to select topics relevant to build your own personalised itinerary. Finally you cannot underestimate the importance of networking with your peers, sharing problems, ideas and of course finding solutions for your business in a time-efficient one day format chosen by you.

There will be a full programme of professional industry experts sharing news, developments and case updates, promoting best practice, and leading the way in improving the leasehold industry.
The early bird rate has now ended.

Rates as of Friday 14th January 2022

Standard Non Subscriber Rate: £245 plus VAT
Standard Subscriber Rate: £195 plus VAT

Please ensure that you are logged in as a subscriber on the News on the Block website when purchasing your ticket, for the subscriber discount to be applied.
Topics in the Spotlight 
Building Safety Reform
Service Charges
Landlord & Tenant Act
Net Zero
Insurance Valuations
Right to Manage
Lease Extensions
We are extremely excited to announce some of our impressive speakers. 
Dr Shaun Lundy 
director strategy & innovation, tetra consulting 
Dr Shaun Lundy is Director of Strategy and Innovation at Tetra Consulting, a large national H&S consultancy, and a Visiting Scholar at the University of Greenwich, School of Design. Shaun also works closely with the Institute of Residential Property Managers (IRPM) and the Association and Residential Managing Agents (ARMA) providing advice, training and support as a member of their respective H&S committees. Shaun supports the Building Safety Alliance as a council member working to develop a competency register for Building Safety Managers and others involved in property management.

Cassandra Zanelli
solicitor & ceo, property management legal services ltd
Cassandra, who has been twice named Industry Legend at the Property Management Awards, is a familiar and well-respected figure in the block management sector. With two decades under her belt as a lawyer, she has an exceptional understanding of the industry and believes this is key to best-in-class service delivery. In addition to being a qualified solicitor, she is also  a Member of the IRPM and an Associate of RICS.
A member of the ARMA advisory panel, working closely with the organisation as a course tutor, she is also an honorary consultant to the FPRA.
Cassandra is a regular and highly respected speaker at property industry conferences and has delivered presentations at both ARMA and IRPM events. She has also worked with the Welsh Government as part of the Leasehold Task and Reform Group.
Yashmin Mistry
partner, jpc 
Yashmin Mistry is not only JPC’s Managing Partner but is an award-winning and industry-renowned solicitor. She is respected and known for her in-depth understanding of complex enfranchisement and landlord and tenant matters.  Yashmin consistently delivers expertise around her niche area of leasehold enfranchisement, ensuring the team and firm sustains its reputation as leaders in the field. Her specialist knowledge mean that she is highly sought after both by clients and the legal property press. She regularly contributes to a broad range of print and online publications, regularly writing and providing content for RICS, FPRA, ARHM, News on the Block, I-Surv, Westlaw and Lexis-Nexis.
Not only has Yashmin achieved numerous accolades since the beginning of her career, but she also continues to be an active presence on many associations and panels. Her expertise and passion for all leasehold matters sees her called upon to advise statutory bodies in the leasehold sector. Yashmin is a “Recognised Expert” in the prestigious Legal 500 guide where she is named as a ‘Leading individual as well as receiving recognition in the 2014 to 2018 “Top 100 Most Influential People in the Residential Sector” property guide.
Anna Favre
Partner, cripps pemberton greenish
I am a partner in the award winning residential estates team of Cripps Pemberton Greenish specialising in residential landlord and tenant law.  My areas of expertise include advising on complex leasehold enfranchisement, rights of first refusal, security of tenure at the end of long lease terms, statutory freehold acquisitions, right to manage claims and dealing with First-Tier Tribunal proceedings.  My clients include large London estates, companies, trusts, personal representatives and high net worth individuals advising on all areas of residential property law.  In 2017 and 2019 I won Real Estate Lawyer of the Year at the Women in Law Awards.  I am also a recognised industry speaker regularly presenting on all areas of residential leasehold law.
Ellodie Gibbons
barrister, tanfield chambers 
Ellodie is a barrister at Tanfield Chambers. She was called to the bar in 1999 and has since developed a specialist property practice, for which she is recommended in both Chambers UK and the Legal 500. Her principal areas of practice are all aspects of commercial and residential leases (both short and long) with a particular emphasis on leasehold enfranchisement, service and administration charge disputes, rights of first refusal and Right to Manage, but she also undertakes a certain amount of real property work.
Ellodie is a contributor to ‘Service Charges and Management' (Sweet & Maxwell) and co-author of ‘Leasehold Enfranchisement Explained’ (RICS Publishing). 
Ellodie is currently assisting the Law Commission with its review of enfranchisement law.
Gary Hendry
lead health, safety & fire risk advisor, 4site consulting
As the Lead Health, Safety and Fire risk Advisor at 4site Consulting Ltd, Gary has over 15 years’ experience consulting on health, safety and fire management; producing thousands of risk assessments in both commercial and residential environments ranging from High Rise Blocks, schools, colleges, nursing homes, hospitals and many more. Gary is a nationally accredited, highly experienced professional registered with the Institute of Fire Safety Managers (IFSM) as a Tier 3 Fire Risk Assessor, recognising the different levels of knowledge and competency that each individual holds. In addition to risk assessing, Gary undertakes gap analysis audits, access auditing and is an accomplished health and safety trainer.
Mark Loveday
barrister, tanfield chambers
Mark Loveday is barrister and member of Tanfield Chambers’ award-winning property team. He is a General Editor of "Service Charges & Management” (5th Ed) the leading legal textbook on property management (published January 2022). Last year, he led the legal team for the Respondent RTM Company in the Supreme Court case of FirstPort v Settlers Court RTM. He also represented the leaseholders in what is believed to be the largest residential service charge case ever to have been made in the property tribunals.
A part-time Judge and Times columnist, Mark is one of the best-known figures at the property bar.
Ibraheem Dulmeer
barrister & mediator, normanton chambers
Ibraheem is a barrister and mediator at Normanton Chambers in London and a door tenant at KBG
Chambers in the South West of England. He is also a mediator, having trained with the Society of Mediators. 
Ibraheem is often instructed to provide opinion or advice on leasehold matters. He provides representation at the First-tier Tribunal (Property Chamber) and county courts up and down the country.  
Ibraheem has featured in respected publications including: News on the Block, Estates Gazette, Landlord and Tenant Review, Law Society’s Property in Practice, RICS Property Journal, Flat Living and The Negotiator. 

Martyn Barrett 
Director, Barrett Corp & Harrington Ltd (BCH) 
Martyn started his career as a Quantity Surveyor, then as a Loss Adjuster for in excess of 20 years, built up his insurance knowledge eventually heading up the insurance valuation arm of one of the largest adjusters in the country. This blend of surveying, adjusting and insurance experience equipped him well, when he became a founding Director of Barrett Corp and Harrington (BCH). BCH is a specialist surveying practice which exclusively offers building insurance valuations (known as reinstatement cost assessments or RCA’s). Over 450 managing agent practices, as well as property owners, have used BCH for their programmes of RCAs.
Martyn sat on the RICS panel which, in 2018, revised and issued professional guidance for its
members undertaking Reinstatement Cost Assessments.
Elizabeth England 
barrister, five paper
Elizabeth England is a barrister from Five Paper and a specialist landlord & tenant law, largely acting for social and private landlords. Elizabeth is recognised in the most recent edition of legal directories as a ‘Rising Star’ and quoted as being ‘very fierce and firm” when conducting advocacy on behalf of her clients.
Before joining the Bar in 2014, she qualified as a solicitor in 2008 and as a solicitor-advocate in 2012. In 2018 Elizabeth was listed in the ‘Hot 100’ feature by News on the Block as an influential landlord & tenant professional.
Elizabeth has a wealth of experience in property law and in 2005 was part of a government pilot scheme providing housing law advice via webcam to members of the public. Elizabeth is on the Consulting Editorial Board and a Contributing Author for Lexis Nexis in the area of social housing and residential landlord and tenant law. Elizabeth provides maintained educational resources on homelessness, possession and residential landlord and tenant matters. She is also a regular contributor to the Lexis Q&A facility.

Nicholas Gundy QC 
barrister, five paper
Nicholas Grundy QC is a Property, Public Law and Human Rights specialist barrister from Five Paper. He is praised in the most recent edition of Chambers UK as “Magnificent. His advice and advocacy are impeccable and of the highest standard, and yet he retains the ability to communicate complex matters to solicitors and clients." Nick has been listed by both leading independent legal directories Chambers UK Bar and The Legal 500 Bar Guide as a leading individual for many years and was shortlisted for Real Estate, Environment and Planning Silk of The Year at The Legal 500 UK Awards 2020.
As well as acting in the precedent-setting case of Akerman-Livingstone v Aster Communities Ltd [2015] UKSC 15, the leading case on the test to be applied to discrimination defences, Nick has enjoyed a recent string of successes in the Court of Appeal including: Global 100 Ltd v Laleva [2021] – construction of CPR 55.8(2); Gateway HA v Ali [2020] EWCA Civ 1339 – construction of the Law of Property (Miscellaneous Property) Act 1994, s. 18; LB Haringey v Simawi [2019] EWCA Civ 1770 – construction of rights of succession; Livewest HA v Bamber [2019] EWCA Civ 1174 – construction of Housing Act 1988, s. 21(1A) and (1B); and Toms v Ruberry [2019] EWCA Civ 128 – construction of the Law of Property Act 1925, s. 146]
Nicola Muir
barrister, tanfield chambers
Nicola Muir is a senior member of the Tanfield Chambers property team. She is a specialist in enfranchisement law and all aspects of landlord and tenant law. Nicola regularly appears in the FTT and Upper Tribunal in relation to enfranchisement claims, notable cases in which she has appeared include Eastern Pyramid Group Corp SA v Spire House RTM Co. Ltd (CA), Tibber v Buckley (CA), Leaseholders of Foundling Court and others v Camden LBC, Allied London (Brunswick) Ltd and others (UT),   Westminster City Council v CH2006 Ltd (UT), Corvan (Properties) Ltd v Abdel-Mahmoud (CA) and LM Homes Ltd v Queen Court Freehold Co. Ltd (FTT) .  Nicola has recently been appointed as a Judge in the First-tier Tribunal (Property Chamber) and is qualified as a mediator.  Nicola is recommended by both Chambers and Partners and the Legal 500 which says 'Nicola provides straight-forward yet accomplished advice which is hugely beneficial to both her instructing solicitors and their clients” . Nicola was shortlisted by the Legal 500 as Junior of the Year 2019 for Real Estate, Environment and Planning. In addition to her busy practice, Nicola has a regular column on legal issues relating to the residential property in the Estates Gazette.

Dani Green
senior associate, brethertons 
Dani is a Senior Associate in the Residential Leasehold team of Brethertons LLP. 
Dani's experience spans across a variety of residential leasehold areas where she assists a variety of clients including landlords, tenants, managing agents and management companies with their leasehold properties. 
Her work includes lease extensions, collective enfranchisements, right to manage claims, licences to alter and breach of lease disputes but to name a few. 
Dani understands the need to keep complex matters as straight forward as possible for her clients, to make it easy for them to understand their options and to be efficient in keeping them up to date throughout.
Verity McMahon
associate, brethertons
Verity is an Associate in the Residential Leasehold team of Brethertons LLP.
Verity has specialised in Property and Land Law, particularly Leasehold Enfranchisement and Residential Leasehold Law for the whole of her legal career.
She has particular technical experience in claims made under the Leasehold Reform, Housing and Urban Development Act 1993 and Leasehold Reform Act 1967 and 1987.
Verity regards herself as a highly organised, dedicated and approachable person, ensuring the extra mile is always taken to meet client’s requirements through a proactive approach.
Mari Knowles 
Mari is a solicitor and founder of Commonhold and Leasehold Experts Limited. The team at CLE specialise in all aspects of commonhold, freehold estate, and landlord and tenant laws. CLE has a keen interest in the ongoing reform agenda and regularly contributes to journals on the topic. Our team enjoy sitting on various panels such as the Law Society, IRPM, LMP and FPRA and is a member of ALEP and the Property Litigation Association. The team run a pro bono advice service for vulnerable leaseholders.
Rebecca Cattermole 
Barrister, tanfield chambers
Rebecca is a barrister at Tanfield Chambers, specialising in real property and all aspects of landlord and tenant law. She is recommended for Real Estate, Agriculture and Housing in Legal 500 and Chambers & Partners. Her cases have included the long- running litigation in Canary Riverside where she acted for the Tribunal appointed manager.  Rebecca is a published author, and a contributor to Service Charges & Management (Sweet & Maxwell).

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Conference Schedule
|      9:00 am
Registration and networking. 
|      9:30 am
Welcome & Plenary 1 
Speaker: Cassandra Zanelli, Property Management Legal Services 
|      10:05 am
Plenary 2
Speaker: Nicola Muir, Tanfield Chambers 
|      10:45 - 11:15am
Morning Coffee and networking break  
|      11:15 - 12:00pm
Topics - TBC
Speaker: TBC
|    12:00 - 12:45pm
Topics - TBC
Speaker: TBC
|    12:45 - 13:45pm
Networking Lunch
|    13:45 -14:30pm 
Plenary Session 3 
|    14:30 -15:15pm 
Topics - TBC
Speaker: TBC
|    15:15 -15:45pm 
Afternoon tea and networking break 
|    15:45 -16:30pm 
Topics - TBC
Speaker: TBC
|    16:30 - 17:00pm
Networking Drinks Reception 
Leasehold Knowledge Week - Webinar Schedule 
We are delighted to be hosting Leasehold Knowledge Week in conjunction with the Leasehold London 2022 conference. These online webinars are exclusively for conference delegates only and will be held throughout the week of the conference.
monday 21st march 2022 
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tuesday 22nd march 2022 
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thursday 24th march 2022 
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friday 25th march 2022 
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Conference Location
 ETC Venues County Hall, Belvedere Rd, London SE1 7PB 
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