Matthew Feldman was called to the Bar in 1995 and offers wide-ranging commercial, property and housing expertise. He acts for businesses, housing associations, lenders, local authorities and private individuals in all English courts, including the Supreme Court.
He is a founder member of the Social Housing Law Association and is well-known for the training sessions he presents on housing law developments, homelessness legislation and legal procedure.
Whether you require advice on a particular legal point or representation in a major dispute, Matthew has the deep sector knowledge and experience to help.
Under Part VII of the Housing Act 199620th December 2019 Read more
In this bulletin, Matthew Feldman discusses the important recent Supreme Court case of Barton v. Wright Hassall LLP  UKSC 12, a case that is of relevance well beyond the housing law field.19th March 2018 Read more
Matthew Feldman discusses the recent Upper Tribunal decision dealing with the thorny issue of letting agents’ administration fees. In this case, the Upper Tribunal (Administrative Appeals Chamber) found that Foxtons Limited (‘Foxtons’) were in breach of the requirements of the Consumer Rights Act 2015 (‘the Act’) in connection with published details of its relevant fees in three branches and on its website, and imposed a penalty of £4,500 in respect of each breach, amounting to £18,000.30th October 2017 Read more