Louise Clark, Partner
Louise advises on all aspects of residential and commercial property disputes.
AboutLouise advises on all aspects of residential and commercial property disputes including service charges, dilapidations and other breach of covenant claims, business tenancy renewals, professional negligence, contractual and development claims She acts for a range of clients including landed estates, institutional investors, charities and not for profit organisations, property companies and individuals. She has an established reputation for assisting clients to achieve their objectives in a timely and cost effective manner whether through negotiation, mediation or litigation.
Louise is also a CEDR and ADR accredited mediator. She writes for property publications including the Estates Gazette and is a regular speaker on property litigation issues.
Louise is admitted to practise in England and Wales.
- The conduct of a multi-million pound claim for dilapidations relating to commercial premises in the capital
- The successful resolution of a substantial service charge dispute concerning mixed use premises in central London
- The recovery of possession of several valuable residential properties originally let on protected tenancies for charity clients with an extensive property portfolio
- Advising on the impact on tenants of substantial development of existing buildings
Q&A: Will Brexit frustrate my lease?
Louise Clark and Zia Bhaloo QC (Landmark Chambers) address a query raised by the case of the European Medicines Agency.
Q&A: Where do property buyers stand in relation to the Companies Act 2009?
Louise Clark and Geoffrey Zelin answer questions relating to the Companies Act 2009.