24 August 2020
What can I do if a neighbour’s tree is blocking my light - Matthew Spring for The Sunday Times
Answer by Matthew Spring, Partner in the Dispute Resolution department and property litigation specialist at Payne Hicks Beach, to the reader question asking what can be done if a neighbour's tree is blocking the light, first published in The Sunday Times on 23 August 2020 and reproduced with kind permission.
Matthew is an expert property litigation lawyer. He specialises in resolving property disputes and acts for a range of corporate and individual clients in real estate matters (including development issues, rights of way, rights of light, party walls). He advises on landlord and tenant/property management issues in both commercial and residential sectors (from industrial estates to residential flats).
Click below to read Matthew's Answer in The Sunday Times
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