Year of Call2001
Areas of practice
Andrew is a civil practitioner specialising in chancery and commercial disputes, particularly those involving buildings or real estate. He appears regularly both in County Courts and the High Court, as well as in the Tribunal system.
Prior to coming to the Bar, Andrew had a lengthy and successful career in the construction industry, and in the design and development of commercial property projects. He is still actively involved in the industry as director of a commercial property and real estate company. He is therefore particularly well suited to understand the needs and concerns of property owners, and to represent them effectively.
In addition to his property practice, Andrew represents clients in relation to banking and finance claims including cases relating to mortgages, personal and corporate insolvency and insurance claims. He also has experience of Chancery claims including contentious probate; trusts of land and breach of trust, and general commercial litigation.
Andrew has a strong interest in Arbitration and Alternative Dispute Resolution, and will work with clients to find a consensual solution to their disputes where this is in their best interest.
Property and construction
Andrew has very broad experience across all aspects of land and property law, as well as associated professional negligence claims.
He accepts instructions in relation to landlord and tenant matters, acting in all aspects of residential and commercial property cases including lease renewal; forfeiture and possession cases; service charges; dilapidations and disrepair claims and leasehold enfranchisement.
Andrew also acts in cases relating to property including boundary and party wall disputes; rights-of-way and easements; conveyancing disputes and claims for misrepresentation.
In relation to construction, he has experience in claims relating to building construction including contractual claims; claims relating to faulty construction and professional negligence claims against surveyors and architects. He is able to represent clients both in court and in arbitration proceedings or mediation.
To instruct Andrew please contact Greg Piner.
- M.A. Merton College, Oxford University
- Diploma of the Imperial College London
- Fellow of Chartered Institute of Arbitrators
- Chartered Civil and Structural Engineer
- Property Bar Association