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Greville Healey

Called 2002

Greville Healey
His practice is centred on rights of way and right to light issues, as well as landlord and tenant law. Clients appreciate his ability to handle complex matters and he receives consistent praise for his practical advice. He is also well versed in the Electronic Communications Code. Strengths: "A real team player who is incredibly popular with clients." "An outstanding all-round barrister who is very strong technically and a really good advocate." "He's got a good grasp of landlord and tenant work and also telecommunications."Chambers and Partners UK Guide 2021 (Real Estate Litigation)
Real property specialist with expertise in agricultural and farm business tenancies. He handles conveyancing disputes, public and private rights of way cases, matters relating to leasehold reform and drainage cases. He has also acted for public bodies in major access disputes. Strengths: "He is very good - very straight to the point and very clear."Chambers and Partners Guide 2021 (Agriculture & Rural Affairs)
"Very bright indeed. Excellent with the clients - they feel very confident with him. Able to give clear and commercial advice in lay terms, while also being technically very strong. Very user friendly."Legal 500 2021
"He is clearly a formidable practitioner. Among his specialisms are arbitrations over agricultural holdings and injunctions relating to land."Legal 500 2021 (Agriculture)
His practice is centred on rights of way and right to light issues, as well as landlord and tenant law. Clients appreciate his ability to handle complex matters and he receives consistent praise for his practical advice. He is also well versed in the Electronic Communications Code. Strengths: "Great to have on your side – quick-witted and practical at the same time." "Very client-focused and a strong advocate. He is extremely personable and easy to work with." "He provides very thorough, practical and authoritative advice." Recent work: Acted in Surridges & Langshott v Martin Grant Homes, a case concerning the interpretation of a development agreement.Chambers and Partners UK Guide 2020 (Real Estate Litigation)
"He is very dedicated to any case you give him and is a great advocate on his feet."Legal 500 2020
Greville Healey focuses his practice on a range of matters including land agreements, developments and easements. He is "very clever" and "can get on top of the material very quickly". Who's Who Legal UK Bar 2019 Guide
"His practice is centred on rights of way and right to light issues, as well as landlord and tenant law. Clients appreciate his ability to handle complex matters. He is also well versed in the Electronic Communications Code. Strengths: 'Very client-focused and a strong advocate.' 'Goes the extra mile to provide excellent service.' Recent work: Acted for the City of London in a right of way case against Karfab." Chambers UK Guide 2019 (Real Estate Litigation)
"Real property specialist with expertise in agricultural and farm business tenancies. He handles conveyancing disputes, public and private rights of way cases and matters relating to leasehold reform. He has also acted for public bodies in major access disputes. Strengths: 'Really bright and gives clear advice on a range of matters.' Recent work: Represented the appellant in Roberts v Pilkington, an adverse possession case." Chambers UK Guide 2019 (Agriculture & Rural Affairs)
"A strong advocate who gets great results in court."Legal 500 2018
"His practice is centred around rights of way and rights of light issues, as well as landlord and tenant law. Clients appreciate his ability to handle complex matters. Strengths: 'His abilities are well beyond those which would be expected of a barrister of his call. He never fails to impress.' 'A first rate and tenacious advocate – incredibly user friendly and fantastic with clients in conference.' Recent work: Appeared in the Court of Appeal in an important recent decision regarding rights of light and the issue of injunctions and damages in lieu." Chambers UK Guide 2018 (Real Estate Litigation)
"Real property specialist with expertise in agricultural and farm business tenancies. He also handles conveyancing disputes, public and private rights of way cases and matters relating to leasehold reform. Strengths: 'He is technically astute, very responsive and extremely approachable. He impresses clients with his pragmatic and commercial advice.' Recent work: Acted in the arbitration case of Smith Tyrell v Snowden. This dispute concerned an agricultural holding." Chambers UK Guide 2018 (Agriculture & Rural Affairs)
"Greville Healey stands out for his impressive expertise in the areas of adverse possession, beneficial ownership and property contract. He is described by sources as 'great on the law' with an 'approachable and pragmatic' manner"Who's Who Legal 2018
"A leading barrister for telecoms related property litigation".Legal 500, 2017
“His practice is centred around rights of way and rights of light issues, as well as landlord and tenant law. Clients appreciate his ability to handle complex matters. Strengths: ‘Continues to prove himself an excellent advocate. He is exceptionally popular with clients and very much treated by them as part of their wider legal team.’ ‘He is very creative. He turned what was a pretty hopeless claim into something quite formidable.’ Recent work: Acted in a two-day rights of light trial at County Court which raised interesting and difficult legal questions regarding the court’s jurisdiction to grant damages in lieu of an injunction.” Chambers UK Guide 2017 (Real Estate Litigation)
"Advises on a range of agricultural landlord and tenant matters, and also regularly acts for institutional lenders on matters concerning secured lending on agricultural property. Strengths: 'Demonstrates a broad and thorough understanding of the legal issues at hand. He has a very keen mind and a great ability to get to the nub of any matter very quickly.' Recent work: Represented Chargrove Parish Council in its successful resistance to a claim that an agricultural right of way had been acquired over a village green." Chambers UK Guide 2017 (Agriculture & Rural Affairs)
"He provides good, clear advice, and has a very good manner with clients."Legal 500, 2016
"Active on significant cases concerning compulsory purchase, rights of way and mortgage issues. He has niche expertise in highway and waterway law, in addition to telecommunications. Strengths: 'He is outstanding on obscure and technical areas of the law. He is always willing to go the extra mile to get the best outcome for a client.' 'He’ll always put his client’s case across quite forcefully and in such a pleasant manner that judges can’t disagree with him.' Recent work: Represented the applicant in a compulsory purchase claim that included complex valuation aspects". Chambers UK (2016) Real Estate Litigation
"Assists landlords and tenants with a broad range of law issues, including rights of way and agricultural tenancies cases. He also acts as an arbitrator. Expertise: 'The advice had to come back very quickly and he was very responsive. He had his finger on the pulse from the word go.' 'He is always happy to describe a situation to a client as it really is'.” Chambers UK (2016) Agriculture & Rural Affairs
"Extremely bright and very amiable, and he is not afraid to venture out of the comfort zone".The Legal 500 (2015)
"A rising star at the Property Bar, who acts in disputes relating to any aspect of land law. He is active in disputes surrounding highway and waterway law, telecoms issues, and all aspects of landlord and tenant law. Expertise: 'He is outstanding on obscure and technical areas of the law, and is always willing to go the extra mile to get the best outcome.' 'He is approachable, has a nice style of communication, and is easy to work with.' Recent work: Acted in a major landlord and tenant dispute surrounding fixtures in a commercial property." Chambers UK (2015) Real Estate Litigation
"Assists both landlords and tenants on a broad array of agricultural property-related matters. He advises on cases relating to tenancy disputes, rights of way, highways and other aspects of land law. Expertise: 'He's very user-friendly and very approachable.' 'He's very thorough and responsive, and is happy to discuss matters over the telephone'." Chambers UK (2015) Agriculture & Rural Affairs
"User friendly and knowledgeable in agricultural tenancy related matters." The Legal 500 (2014)
"Greville Healey An acclaimed junior who is recommended for his work on trusts of land disputes and equitable interests in property. He has a wide practice that takes in adverse possession, compulsory purchase, easement and restrictive covenant cases. Expertise: 'Very clever, very quick and very client friendly. He has talent above his seniority of call'. 'He is always willing to go the extra mile to get the best outcome for his client'. Recent work: Highlights include acting unled against a silk in Cleary v Grafton Street." Chambers UK (2014) Real Estate Litigation
"Greville Healey Maintains a broad ranging practice centred around all areas of land issues. His cases touch upon a variety of matters, including communications rights, restrictive covenants and public rights of way. Expertise: 'Very clever and a good advocate'. 'He has a good knowledge of agricultural matters and is friendly and helpful'." Chambers UK (2014) Agriculture & Rural Affairs
"Greville Healey handles cases involving landlord and tenant law, and has a practice with a largely commercial focus. One instructing solicitor suggests that 'his abilities are well beyond those which would be expected of a barrister of his call'. Cases Healey has handled include Southern Pacific Mortgages v Firstplus Financial, a matter concerning priorities of mortgages in registered land." Chambers UK (2013) Real Estate Litigation
"Greville Healey is a force to be reckoned with. His broad practice encompasses a number of issues involving agricultural property, such as telecommunications rights, agricultural tenancies and public rights of way. One source noted that 'clients have a ton of faith in him because he is really authoritative'." Chambers UK (2013) Agriculture & Rural Affairs
"Greville Healey is 'exceedingly bright' and 'one of the next big stars from Falcon.' He recently achieved a victory in Packman Lucas Ltd v Mentmore Towers, acting against a silk and without a leader." Chambers UK (2012) Real Estate Litigation
"Greville Healey is a very effective performer, 'a powerful courtroom advocate with a great client manner,' who has a distinguished academic career behind him. He excels at cases concerning the validity of notices to quit, the status of tenancies and rights of way proposals." Chambers UK (2012) Agriculture & Rural Affairs
"Greville Healey is 'a very sensible option for any client'. He has a diverse property caseload and is highly rated." Chambers UK (2011) Real Estate Litigation
"Much in demand is Greville Healey who has recently been handling an increasing amount of agricultural work, particularly with regard to cases involving agricultural holdings legislation. He is said to have a 'ferocious knowledge and a keen eye for detail'."Chambers UK (2011) Agriculture & Rural Affairs
“Greville Healey is proving himself “wise beyond his years”. A younger lawyer with a rising profile across real estate and agriculture, “he already shows a fine court manner and has a knowledge base that belies his years”. Chambers and Partners (2010) Real Estate Litigation Section
“Greville Healey is recommended for his “meticulous control of detail and compendious knowledge of the law”. Chambers and Partners (2010) Agriculture and Rural Affairs