20 February 2018 - Article
Acting for the successful purchaser in the case of Schmid v Fellner and another relating to the validity of the rescission of a contract.
Advising the landlord in the case of Sargeant v Macepark in a dispute about consent to alterations when it was established that a landlord’s business interests were a relevant factor.
Acting for the tenant on the interpretation of a rent review clause (Cadogan v Escada).
Acting for a motorway service area operator in a claim for compensation following compulsory purchase/disturbance.
Acting for a landlord in arbitrations on the interpretation on user provisions in a lease.
Acting for an estate owner at planning enquiries.
Acting for tenants in a successful case to enforce the right of first refusal.
Acting for a landlord in a case to establish the extent of a right of way under a lease.
England and Wales, 1987
Andrew speaks regularly to clients and property professionals on topical issues. He has also had articles published in the Estates Gazette and other publications.
Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors Dilapidations Forum
Property Litigation Association
Me in a minute
I enjoy the personal interaction and working relationships that I have built up
I was delighted to join Withers’ real estate team in early 2016 to be head of real estate disputes. I have many years of experience but most recently have been advising family businesses who have substantial property holdings with contentious issues to be resolved. I enjoy the personal interaction and working relationships that I have built up.
Before joining Withers I had a three-month sabbatical during which I sailed across the South Atlantic as part of a round-the-world yacht race. This has given me a ‘new lease of life’ to tackle the great variety of problems which come across my desk.