Natalie is a property litigation lawyer who deals with a wide range of contentious property issues including; lease renewals acting for both landlord and tenant, break notices, dilapidations disputes, arrears of rent and forfeiture proceedings; actions against trespassers, service charge disputes, rent reviews, and enforcement of lease covenants. Natalie acts for a range of clients with a particular focus on the retail sector.
Her recent experience includes
- successfully defeating a landlord’s opposition to the granting of a new lease on redevelopment grounds resulting in the grant of a new lease for a large national retailer;
- managing a substantial case load of unopposed lease renewals for a number of national retailers;
- recovering possession of land from trespassers on multiple sites for an investment client.
Natalie studied International History and Sociology at Keele University before completing her GDL and LPC at Nottingham Law School. She qualified into the Property Litigation team in 2010, having joined Shoosmiths as a trainee in 2008. Natalie is also a member of the Property Litigation Association.
BA (hons) in International History and Sociology 2:1 ( Keele University )
Graduate Diploma in Law ( Nottingham Law School )
Legal Practice Course; Distinction ( Nottingham Law School )