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Nicholas Grundy QC is an experienced Property, Public Law and Social Housing specialist. His practice particularly involves cases where Property and Public Law interact. He often represents Social Landlords, both Local Authorities and Housing Associations. Nick advises on housing policy. Nick’s practice also includes work for commercial and residential landlords in the private sector.
Waltham Forest LBC v Saleh  EWCA Civ 1944 (Homelessness; out of area placements and reviews); LB Haringey v Simawi & SoS for CLG (intervening)  EWCA Civ 1770 (Secure Tenancies; Succession; Discrimination under ECHR Art.14); Aldwyck HA v Forward  EWCA Civ 1334 (Possession; Public Sector Equality Duty); Livewest HA v Bamber  EWCA Civ 1174 (Possession Housing Act 1996, ss. 21(1A) & (1B)); Toms v Ruberry  EWCA Civ 128 (Forfeiture; LPA 1925 s. 146); Alibkhiet v Brent LBC  EWCA Civ 2742 (Homelessness; out of area placements ); XPQ v Hammersmith and Fulham LBC  EWHC 1391 (Damages Claim under EU Directive on Preventing and Combating Trafficking in Human Beings); Enfield LB v Turner  EWHC 1341 (QB) (Possession; ECHR Art.8). LB Haringey v Ahmed & Ahmed  EWCA Civ 1861 (Possession; Overriding tenancy and Agency); Holland v Oxford City Council  EWHC 2545 (Ch) (Annual fair; licence or tenancy) and Akerman-Livingstone v Aster Communities Ltd  UKSC 15 (Equality Act 2010, s.15, Disability Discrimination, Proportionality).
Social Housing Lawyers Association (SHLA) – Nick is on the Committee of SHLA
Property Bar Association (PBA)