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  • Ian Chappell

    Ian Chappell
    Partner, Deputy Head of Real Estate, London (Agar Street)

    Commercial Property, Personal Litigation

    T. +44 (0) 20 7759 1432

Ian specialises in contentious property and construction law matters, with a particular expertise in acting for land owners, landlords, developers and construction professionals, who make up the majority of his client base.

Ian provides specialist advice on a full range of contentious property matters or disputes that arise in connection with the acquisition, ownership and management of both residential and commercial properties including breach of contract, lease disputes and commercial lease renewals, rent reviews, breaches of covenant, rights of way and light, and trespass and possession claims. He is also regularly involved in the removal or alteration of restrictive covenants that would otherwise prevent development and provides advice on profit share agreements and overage contracts and disputes.

On construction matters Ian provides advice on a number of different issues including breach of contract claims, material damage claims, professional negligence, arbitration, adjudication and mediation, interim and final account assessments, design disputes and delay claims.

"willingness for aggressive case management"legal 500 UK
"an excellent negotiator"legal 500 UK
"attentive, knowledgeable and thorough"legal 500 UK


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  • The Legal 500 – recommended lawyer for Property Litigation, in 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018


  • Property Litigation Association

Commercial Property, Personal Litigation