Harriet represents social housing landlords in all arears of housing management.
Harriet qualified as a Solicitor in 2018. She entered the legal field specialising in family law and later transitioned to a role as a Community Safety Officer for a housing association in Manchester, where she handled concerns related to anti-social behaviour. Harriet then moved on to work in-house for a housing association in Merseyside, where she dealt with various aspects of housing management litigation, including injunctions, possession, disrepair, succession, trespass, and general tenancy management. Her expertise extends to delivering training sessions on possession and equality act defences, as well as providing advice on tenancy policies and procedures
How Harriet can help you
Harriet’s experience working for social housing landlords has provided her with a unique insight into issues faced by her clients. She can provide practical and holistic advice to ensure clients can achieve their aims across all arears of housing management.
Harriet’s areas of expertise include;
- Advising housing associations, local authorities and arms-length management organisations (ALMOs) on tenancy management issues.
- Housing management litigation including injunctions, possession, disrepair and trespass.