Amy Chance


  • Buying and selling freehold and leasehold properties in Prime Central London
  • Landlord and tenant matters including leasehold enfranchisement, acting for both landlords and tenants in individual and collective claims
  • Landlord and tenant matters in relation to the ongoing management of residential buildings
  • Real property issues including covenants, easements, rights of way and common land


  • Advised tenants with diminishing leasehold interest in Prime Central London property on how best to secure their interests where enfranchisement legislation did not apply
  • Advised on the conversion of mixed use premises in the West End into residential flats
  • Advised on the effect of the Highways Act 1980 and making applications to the council for the diversion of public footpaths and the creation of new public footpaths
  • Advised on the effect of the Countryside and Rights of Way Act 2002 and the rights afforded by the legislation to local inhabitants to make applications to register land as a town or village green
  • Advised on how best to protect interests in light of a looming application being made by local residents
  • Advising garden square committees in respect of their powers under the Kensington Improvement Act 1851 and 1863 and London Squares Preservation Act 1931
  • Advised a landlord of a large block of flats in Kensington on conveyancing issues relating from the reservation of development potential in a building being sold to the tenants under a collective enfranchisement claim

Career History

  • Qualified: 2010 • 2008 to date: Pemberton Greenish

Professional Memberships:

  • The Law Society of England and Wales
  • Young Professionals Forum
  • Conveyancing Quality Scheme accredited