A strong performer in compulsory purchase and compensation cases. He also has experience in the Lands Tribunal. He covers a range of matters including restrictive covenants, easements and development agreements.
Strengths: "Very knowledgeable and resourceful." "He produces exceptionally clear and helpful opinions." "Has a great legal understanding and an excellent bedside manner.Chambers and Partners UK Guide 2020 (Real Estate Litigation)
"A strong performer in compulsory purchase and compensation cases. He also has experience in the Lands Tribunal. He covers a range of matters including restrictive covenants, easements and development agreements.
Strengths: 'Very knowledgeable and resourceful; he is a mine of information on manorial mineral rights and an expert on compulsory purchase'."
Chambers UK Guide 2019 (Real Estate Litigation)
"Recommended for compulsory purchase and compensation."Legal 500 2018
"A strong performer in compulsory purchase and compensation cases. He also has experience in the Lands Tribunal.
Strengths: 'Very knowledgeable and resourceful, he is a mine of information on manorial rights and an expert on compulsory purchase'.”
Chambers UK Guide 2018 (Real Estate Litigation)
"Recommended for CPO and compensation cases".Legal 500, 2017
“A strong performer in compulsory purchase and compensation cases. He also has experience in the Lands Tribunal.
Strengths: ‘Possesses strong legal understanding and an excellent bedside manner.’ ‘Extremely knowledgeable when it comes to CPO claims and very user-friendly.’
Recent work: Acted in a compulsory purchase case in the Upper Tribunal and handled the subsequent claim for compensation.”
Chambers UK Guide 2017 (Real Estate Litigation)
"Recommended for CPO matters."Legal 500, 2016
"Boasts specialisms in areas such as planning and village greens. He is considered a leading practitioner in compulsory purchase law. Strengths: 'He is to the point and succinct. He prepared notes in advance of conference and is easy to deal with.' 'He is very quick to get to the heart of the issue.' Recent work: Appeared before a Commons select committee on behalf of several landowners affected by the proposed HS2 rail link between London and Birmingham".Chambers UK Guide 2016.
"He is very personable and patient, and explains his advice very coherently".Legal 500 2015.
"Has carved a space for himself in the representation of local government and authorities in real property disputes. He is a widely recognised expert on compulsory purchase and compensation. Expertise: 'He is very good on commons and rights of way matters.' Recent work: Successfully represented a local authority in a dispute regarding compensation payable following the development of land it had purchased." Chambers UK (2015)
"He is very thorough, identifies the crucial issues quickly, and expert on valuation issues."The Legal 500 (2014)
"Barry Denyer Green is highly sought after for his expertise in specialist areas such as compulsory purchase and rights of commons. Has overall property litigation experience spanning all areas of the field. Expertise: 'Barry’s knowledge and expertise are immense. He’s fantastic with clients, and hugely impressive as a court advocate and cross examiner. Altogether top notch'. Recent work: He successfully represented Breckland District Council, achieving compensation under the Town and Country Planning Act 1990."Chambers UK Guide (2014)
Listed as a Leading JuniorThe Legal 500 (2013)
"Barry Denyer Green an expert on compulsory purchase and compensation can consistently be relied upon to provide 'clear and cost effective advice'. Sources attest that he is 'very persuasive as an advocate and massively knowledgeable in his field'."Chambers UK Guide (2013)
Listed as a Leading JuniorThe Legal 500 (2012)
"Barry Denyer-Green is a highly regarded expert and author in the field of compulsory purchase and compensation. He often appears on the most notable cases in the area."Chambers UK Guide (2012)
Listed as a Leading JuniorThe Legal 500 (2011)
"Barry Denyer-Green recently acted in Kent County Council v Union Railways, a matter concerning whether a claimant was entitled to compensation where no notice to treat had been served. He displays 'sound tactical judgement' and is something of an expert on high-profile compulsory purchase cases".Chambers UK Guide (2011)
Listed as a Leading JuniorThe Legal 500 (2010)
“Barry Denyer-Green is chair of the Compulsory Purchase Association and is lauded for his “sound commercial judgement and easy accessibility”. He is particularly active in compulsory purchase disputes, and recently acted in the case of Union Railways v Kent County Council”.Chambers and Partners (2010)
"The "measured style" of Barry Denyer-Green is seen as a particular strength as he continues to command the area of compulsory purchase compensation. A former surveyor, he draws upon his experiences in this regard and "fully understands all the relevant issues in a case".Chambers & Partners (2009)
Listed as a Leading JuniorThe Legal 500 (2008)
"The "magisterial style" of Barry Denyer-Green has been put into action giving advice on his main areas of expertise, Compulsory Purchase Orders (CPOs) and village green and commons issues."Chambers and Partners (2008) Real Estate Section
Listed as a Leading Junior in Property LitigationThe Legal 500 (2007)
"There was widespread market acclaim for leading specialist Barry Denyer-Green, deemed as the "godfather of CPOs".Chambers and Partners (2007) Real Estate Litigation Section
"Barry Denyer-Green has attracted commendation as "thorough, practical and focussed". He is an honorary member of the Central Association of Agricultural Valuers and was recognised by interviewees for his efficiency and accuracy in advising on pipeline and mineral-related matters".Chambers and Partners (2007) Agricultural Section
Listed as a Leading Junior in Property LitigationThe Legal 500 (2006)
"Barry Denyer-green is "down-to-earth", a former surveyor, he is felt to be fully immersed in both the theory and practicalities of the real estate world".Chambers and Partners (2006)
"Barry Denyer Green, a former surveyor is recommended for leasehold enfranchisement cases".The Legal 500 (2005)
Listed as a Leading JuniorThe Legal 500 (2006) Agriculture Section
"Barry Denyer-Green has "a phenomenal knowledge of case law" and also benefits from his background as a surveyor."Chambers and Partners (2005)
"Barry Denyer-Green is recommended for his expertise in leasehold enfranchisement claims."The Legal 500 (2004)
"For Lands Tribunal work, clients beat a path to the ex-surveyor Barry Denyer-Green, who is "brilliant on evaluations" and specialises in CPO matters".Chambers and Partners (2002/2003)
"Barry Denyer-Green received praise for his work in 2002"The Legal 500 (2002)
Former surveyor Barry Denyer-Green has an attractive advocacy style".Chambers and Partners Guide (2001/2002)
Barry Denyer-Green has an avuncular and academic style.Chambers and Partners (2000/2001)
"The man most recommended for land compensation cases is Barry Denyer-Green, whose background as a surveyor adds value".Chambers and Partners (1999/2000)