Working for local authorities, supported by his experience of an in-house secondment for a London Borough, Peter has considerable experience of succession cases, tenancy fraud and anti-social behaviour. He appears at possession hearings, applications for warrants and allocation hearings and is familiar with the variety of issues which can arise.
He regularly advises on matters of disrepair including leaks, black mould and defective plaster. He advises on Environmental Protection Act prosecutions and remedies such as injunctions. He appears at the FTT (Property Chamber), recently for instance in a selective licensing dispute.
Peter also works for tenants since this provides broad and contrasting experience of how the courts deal with housing cases. He is also a member of SHLA.
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