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Stephen Compton

Managing Partner

Nicholas Goldreich

Partner, Head of Dispute Resolution

Jean Compton

Practice Manager

Angela Neale

Partner, Head of Residential Property

James Compton

Partner, Head of Enfranchisement

Lisa Noble

Partner, Head of Residential Property

Martin Barrett

Partner

Daniel Gower

Partner

Sarah Jennings

Partner

Lanka Bandara

Associate Partner, Head of Private Client

Molly Perez-Sphar

Associate Partner, Head of Commercial Conveyancing

Zaid Anwar

Associate Partner

Danielle Green

Associate Partner

Susanna Levingstone

Associate Partner

Ahmed Anwar

Associate Partner

Kristina Gofman

Solicitor

Sara William-Audisho

Solicitor

Shivani Kadchha

Solicitor

Benjamin Griffiths

Solicitor

Amardeep Bahra

Associate Solicitor

Harry Turnbull

Senior Conveyancer

Jayne Plume

Compliance Officer

Dexter

Head of Security

Leon Gillard

Executive Paralegal

Angelique Forbes

Paralegal

Philip Hitchcox

Paralegal

Jatinder Lotay

Paralegal

Vijya Patel

Paralegal

Olivia Marks

Paralegal

Nicola Carlisle

Paralegal

Sarina Mahmi

Paralegal

Tracy Sanders

Paralegal

Lauren James

Paralegal

Karen Hobbs

Legal Secretary

Eleanor Johnston

Litigation Assistant

Pig

Mindfulness & Wellbeing Officer

Emma King

Senior Administration Assistant

Megan Sheridan

Receptionist/Administration Assistant

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New Leasehold and Freehold Reform Bill – Should I Wait?

The Leasehold and Freehold Reform Bill is on the horizon, and the Government aims to shake up the leasehold housing market. In the King’s Speech on 7 November 2023, they laid out the plan for this new law, which is intended to simplify and make more affordable the process of leaseholders buying their freehold, extending their leases, taking over management rights, and shielding them from hefty service charges.

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