Problems with Airbnb-style lettings

On 6 June 2018 Simon Wood, a barrister in the Hart Brown Dispute Resolution department, presented a paper at the RICS Regional Conference for the South East.

We posted the first part of his paper on 26 June. We are delighted to provide the second part which deals with the subject of ‘Problems with Airbnb-style Lettings’.

Simon would draw readers’ attention to the very recent case of Bermondsey Exchange Freeholders Limited and Conway (May 2018) Central London County Court, where the court set out useful guidelines as to how such lettings will be treated by the courts, particularly where the lessor seeks injunctive relief.

A full copy of his paper is available here.

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Simon Wood

Barrister, Dispute Resolution

Simon is a barrister within the Dispute Resolution department having been called to the bar in 1987. He was a tenant in chambers in the...

Barrister, Dispute Resolution

Simon Wood

Simon is a barrister within the Dispute Resolution department having been called to the bar in 1987. He was a tenant in chambers in the Middle Temple for ten years where he had a broad practice in general commercial and civil litigation before increasingly specialising in property litigation. Before he joined Hart Brown in June 2012 he was in private practice in central London.

Simon has substantial expertise in all aspects of property disputes as well as property related professional negligence claims and insolvency.

Simon is a trained mediator and a keen advocate of alternative dispute resolution as a way of resolving claims. He is also a member of the Property Litigation Association in the Middle Temple.

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