“We are both so grateful for the time and effort you put into our case and cannot express enough how appreciated your work has been. In our eyes, you went above and beyond and executed our case to the highest standard, making us feel comfortable and confident.”
Peter was called to the Bar in 2014 and completed pupillage at 42 Bedford Row the following year. He has since developed a busy court-based and advisory and paperwork practice with a particular interest in most matters connected to land. He is the Head of our Business and Property Group.
• Vale of Aylesbury Housing Trust Ltd v Jason Richens  EWHC 685 (Ch): a judge had not erred in finding that a housing trust had granted an inter-generational joint tenancy
• Mustafa v Enfield  12 WLUK 116: for the interested statutory water undertaker in an appeal by way of case stated concerning s.59 Building Act 1984 notices
Peter is a regular motorcyclist and will happily talk about bikes all day long. He collects antique fountain pens and is also interested in cooking, wine, architecture and art.
Welcome to this, the fifteenth bulletin from the Housing Team. We hope that you will find the content of interest: if you wish to receive further updates you can subscribe by replying to email@example.com Some Top Tips for Tenancy Fraud Cases Six years ago, the National Fraud Authority launched its Social Housing Tenancy Fraud Project that5th September 2016 Read more
In this issue of 42 Bedford Row’s Housing Bulletin Peter Jolley discuses covers changes to the ’section 21 possession procedure' being introduced on 1 October 2015 by the Deregulation Act 2015, specifically restrictions upon certain landlords in using the section 21 procedure if a complaint has been received by their tenant about the condition of the property.24th August 2015 Read more